Artist info

Genre

Metal, Rock


band members

Charlie Powlett - Vocals Jake Ewings - Guitar Louis Edwards - Guitar Connor McMillan - Bass David Parkes - Drums


Influences

Periphery, TesseracT, Caligula's Horse, Circles, Between The Buried & Me, Animals As Leaders, Protest The Hero, Circa Survive


Unearthed artists we like

Windwaker, Polaris


Bio

Hailing from Ballarat in rural Victoria, Australia, Ebonivory deliver an unparalleled mosaic of raw emotion, complex rhythmic devices, and prismatic melody.

Composer and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Powlett formed Ebonivory in 2014, later joined by long-time musical collaborators and childhood friends Jake Ewings (guitar), Louis Edwards (guitar, backing vocals), Connor McMillan (bass, backing vocals), and David Parkes (drums, percussion). Their early releases - “Ebonivory I” - EP (2014), “The Only Constant” (2015), “Ebonivory II” - EP (2016) - became Australian progressive cult-classics; employing a unique distillation of progressive metal, alternative rock, post-hardcore, and modern punk. An amalgamation which has evolved into becoming the band’s signature sound.

Ebonivory’s whirlwind performance at Australia’s PROGFEST festival in 2019, alongside international heavyweights The Ocean, Monuments and Skyharbor, led to the band to ink management and label deals with Wild Thing Presents, and Wild Thing Records respectively. The group then embarked on several extensive tours of Australia, including supporting Dead Letter Circus and Circles nationally. In sync with their heavy touring schedule, the band released singles “Patting The Black Dog” and “Tales of Termina” to international acclaim, landing coverage with PROG Magazine (UK), Metal Sucks (USA),Triple J Radio - “The Racket” (AUS), Rage - ABC TV (AUS), and Spotify “Homegrown + Heavy” and “Prog Metal Essentials” playlists - with earlier single “Persist” added to the “Progressive Metal” Spotify playlist, garnering 260k streams to date.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

24 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

You really, really don't hear much else being made like this. It's full of movement and dynamics and it never bludgeons you over the head with heavier elements.

You really, really don't hear much else being made like this. It's full of movement and dynamics and it never bludgeons you over the head with heavier elements.

Review

Review by Lochlan Watt Lochlan Watt

24 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

Yes it is quite good

Yes it is quite good

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

17 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

Epically heavy. Or heavily epic? Either way you're in for a helluva ride.

Epically heavy. Or heavily epic? Either way you're in for a helluva ride.