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Eyes on Damascus ‘Temple’ : The past and the future collide with equal enthusiasm and palpitating goodness.

Eyes On Damascus

‘Temple’ is a driving song with booming verses and soaring choruses. With melodic guitar riffs and a rhythm that is felt down to the bone, the song will immediately hook the listener and keep them through the entirety of the track.

And sure enough. It does.

Eyes on Damascus is a 4 piece Progressive/Hard-Rock band out of Sterling Heights, Michigan. And with cutting guitar lines built around soaring vocal hooks, their new EP ‘Into the Wild’ represents a cohesion of the sound they have been working towards since the band’s formation.

With prog-rock ambience and hard-rock attitude, the past and the future collide with equal enthusiasm and palpitating goodness. A prompt construction and chorus that kills, ‘Temple’ represents some of the best of what the band can offer.

Zachary McAllister, Pat Mahoney, Codey Bogen and Aarin Covyeau together are Eyes on Damascus.

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