The Paramedic Get Heavy in 'The Sixth Seal -- Video Premiere
The seeds of The Paramedic were planted at a Mötley Crüe concert, where guitarist Jake Nolan and bassist Ryan Meyers both happened to stumble into a verbal altercation with several other fans over which was the better band; Whitesnake or Mötley Crüe. After hashing it out through lengthy discussion, the two subsequently discovered their similar desires of creating a band. After recruiting the best musicians from their local scene in Dayton, Ohio, The Paramedic was born.
The quintet's muscular brand of metalcore has brought them a huge and loyal fanbase, despite the fact they haven't even signed with a proper label yet. The group recently released an EP entitled 'The Devil in Me' and will be heading out on a headlining tour sponsored by AMP Magazine. Noisecreep has partnered with The Paramedic to bring you the exclusive video premiere for 'The Sixth Sense,' the first track from the EP.
'The Devil in Me' was self-produced by the band at their personal studio in Dayton. "This EP is all about fighting off your demons and finding self-empowerment, which is something we can all relate to," states guitarist Jake Nolan. "Musically, we just wanted to write the most fun and colorful piece of art that we could while still capturing the message behind it and the overall mood. At the same time we wanted to create something all heavy music fans alike could easily digest and move too.
"I am proud of this release, and I am so happy that we are able to share it in it's entirety with anyone who wants to hear it for free. This is our gift to the masses, we hope you like our music and share our gift to all of your friends."
Pick up 'The Devil in Me' for free at this link.