DREVM is such a dark breath of fresh air; how can those two things coexist? I found out after the brothers, Dylan & Jared submitted some tracks to me. I’ve honestly never heard anything like this genre they’ve created called “Deathcore” and I’m so glad they’re making it. A trip through their soundcloud is a trip into visions of horror movies and dark abandoned warehouses where metal clanks and images of industrial ghosts dance before you.
Their latest release is a marvelous collaboration with Soulecist. vocals from an old western are interlaced with growls and goulish clanks. experimental bass meets an r&b (soulecist’s influence) break into more melodic vocals stating “I didn’t believe a man existed who could not be stopped by the slugger of a 45”. Listening to Drevm (pronounced drevum, not dream) is a journey, and one we can definitely respect. It’s the type of music that makes you ask yourself, “wtf was that and where can I get more?”