WaterColour Matchbox – Fragments, Artefacts and Ruins

WaterColour Matchbox - Fragments, Artefacts & RuinsWaterColour Matchbox released their debut album, Fragments, Artefacts & Ruins, in the first week of 2017 having been working in the studio in the prior months and making their live debut only a few weeks previously.

Though they are a four piece band live, this album grew from lead duo Mikey Ferbrache (past producer for Tantale, Wondergeist and others) and Peter Mitchell (also of Wondergeist and Burning At Both Ends) who originally began as an acoustic duo before deciding to embrace their prog and metal interests and develop WaterColour Matchbox into a full band.

My review of the album was published in The Guernsey Press on Saturday 5th February 2017 and the album is available digitally through iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and others.

Watercolour Matchbox album review 04/02/17

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2 thoughts on “WaterColour Matchbox – Fragments, Artefacts and Ruins

  1. […] This month’s live session came from WaterColour Matchbox. Live they are a prog-metal-grunge hybrid four-piece but it was founding duo Peter Mitchell and Mikey Ferbrache who joined me for the session, playing acoustic versions of tracks from their recently released debut album Fragments, Artefact and Ruins. […]

  2. […] From the off I was surprised at the ‘metallic’ nature and heaviness of their sound as the four-piece drove their way through a set drawn from their debut album Fragments, Artefacts and Ruins. […]

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