Live EDM group AMERA offers a big drum and bass rendition of The Cranberries hit single "Zombie"
The passing of Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of the legendary band The Cranberries, was an unforeseen tragedy that inspired the band, AMERA to record a cover of "Zombie" in honor of another great artist gone too soon.
The AMERA version of "Zombie" pays true homage to the original song. It's refreshing to hear a remake that doesn't stray from the energy of the original. The band was able to put their own twist on a very powerful song without waning the intensity the original is so famous for. That type of approach when recreating a hit is admirable, especially from upcoming artists.
AMERA's ability to incorporate live rock instrumentals with live electronica showcases their true genius. They are fusing two musical worlds that aren't usually associates and fitting them together so perfectly in their music. Brooke Adams' vocals paired with Mikael Oganes and Donovan Butez's musicianship is setting a new pace for live music. They are taking the band ethos to drum n bass and bridging the gap with genuine aesthetic.
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Contrary to the popular notion that Electronic Artists just "Press Play", AMERA is a true live performance band which takes you a sonic journey with epic soundscapes and ground-shattering drops that engage the audience for both head-banging and dance-floor experiences.
Already performing hundreds of shows worldwide, Brooke Adams (Vocals), Mikael Oganes (Synths/Keys) and Donovan Butez (Guitar) have formed a trio which is ready to unveil their sound and sonic force with the power of a tidal wave.