AVASTERA release official "December Sun" music video

23 April 2012 | 9:51 pm | Staff Writer
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Fresh new band quickly on the rise from Perth, AVASTERA, have just released their debut music video for their first single "December Sun". The video was directed by Tim Brade (We Are The Emergency, Beside Lights) and the single is off Avastera's recently released debut-EP "The Clocks Have Ticked Too Long", which is available now on iTunes!  Avastera, having only been an active band for just under a year, have self-accomplished, self-funded and self-managed a number of successful milestones including; Working together with Gold-record American Producer, Paul Leavitt (ALL TIME LOW, SENSES FAIL, VERSA EMERGE, THE DANGEROUS SUMMER) on their debut EP due for release on March 29th, working in conjunction with graphic designer, Alex Sheldon of Match & Kerosene (BRING ME THE HORIZON, MAYDAY PARADE, NEW FOUND GLORY, AVENGED SEVENFOLD) from Detroit, MI, USA for the official artwork and layout on their debut EP, for their third show they were appointed as the opening act for major label Pop-Rock act CARTEL (USA) on the Perth leg of the tour, in advance to the release date of their debut EP, Avastera self-funded a high-end professional music video with accredited director, Tim Brade. Within hours of release, the music video proved to be a big hit and sparked much talk and anticipation within the Perth/Western Australian music scene alone, and quickly branched out into national and international audiences! To simply narrow Avastera down and label them to one specific genre would not justify their unique sound. A catchy blend of Pop-Punk, Post-Hardcore, Commercial Pop/Rock and a touch of Melodic Metal are just some of the tasteful elements carefully executed in the right sections of every song to emulate what has become their accessibly distinct sound. Shortly after releasing an online sampler/teaser video of their upcoming debut EP, The Clocks Have Ticked Too Long, the public reaction showed it was apparent that their modern, unique and original sound was set to catch on to audiences over a wide variety of genres across the board of the music spectrum.