Motive Black have roared back with their new album, Auburn, which features guests appearances from Marcos Curiel of P.O.D., Carla Harvey of the Butcher Babies, and KoRn's Ray Luzier.
The catchy voice of singer and mastermind Elana Justin shines brightly on Auburn, and with the powerful production of Nick Rowe, she has re-captured the vibe of the early 2000s. After a long wait which included powerful singles like "Broken," "Lift Me Up," and "Fight Alone," fans can now finally enjoy her new album.
Said Elana, "[Auburn] is named for my sister’s beautiful auburn-colored hair. Losing her to addiction forced me to reexamine my life and make significant changes. I went through a huge transitional period. This album is the narrative of that journey.“
Armed with melodic riffs and lyrics with depth Motive Black stands proudly alongside releases from the likes of Evanescence, Halestorm and the Pretty Reckless, so if you like these bands, you need to check this out!