Five Albums That Changed My Life: Charles Elliott of Abysmal Dawn
Earlier this year, Abysmal Dawn released ‘Leveling the Plane of Existence,’ the band’s latest tech-death masterpiece. Additionally, the Los Angeles-based group will re-issue their long out-of-print debut album, ‘From Ashes,’ on January 17th via Relapse Records. Originally released in 2006, this wildly underrated album will feature 3 bonus tracks and is available for pre-order now at this location. Finally, Abysmal Dawn announced an extensive North American tour as direct support to label-mates Obscura. The tour will start Nov. 4th in Wilmington, Del. and run through Dec. 7th with additional support from Last Chance to Reason (select dates) and Enfold Darkness (select dates). To help celebrate the tour, Noisecreep asked Abysmal Dawn guitarist/vocalist Charles Elliott to take part in our ‘Five Albums That Changed My Life’ series. On a side note, make sure you also check out Bereft, Elliot’s new project that also features ex and current members of The Faceless, Intronaut and Graviton.