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Nocturnal by HopeFool

An epic track from HopeFool offers a unique metal spin on some posthardcore foundation. This Austin band has hit the ground running, carving their path on the energy that truly defines their sound. Nocturnal is a tune that strikes the heart of those late-night seekers.

I did for sure hear some of the connections with Chevelle, and other Post Hardcore contemporaries. Coming together during quarantine, best friends, Chris Campagna (drums), and Daniel Steinschrieber (Bass) founded the band. Bringing in members Michael Boyd (Vocals), and Dylan Kortz (Guitar) HopeFool added an extra dimension to their rock exploration, opening up some more metal and post-grunge, alt-indie styles.

This is a crunchy song, packed full of energy and showcasing a bit more dramatic flair.

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