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Eternal Frequency

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2018

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Established on Jan, 2018
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"2022 Rocklahoma Festival to Feature Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Evanescence & More"

“ROCKLAHOMA 2022! It’s time!!! We are so excited to announce that we will be one of this year’s headliners. We are bringing you guys and girls the biggest show of the year. We cannot wait to see you. LET’S GO!!!,” said Shinedown singer Brent Smith in a statement.

Early bird priced passes go on sale on Friday (June 10) 11 a.m. ET on the Rocklahoma website, with prices increasing on June 17.

The Rocklahoma campgrounds will open on Aug. 28 at noon and stay open through noon CT on Sept. 5. Fans looking to get in on the action early are invited to visit The Roadhouse, which will feature local Oklahoma favorites, tribute bands and as yet unannounced national acts headlining the DEB Concerts Stage each day.

Other acts slated to perform at this year fest include: Token, Fire From The Gods, Caned By Nod, Doro, Dana Dentata, Dropout Kings, John Harvie, Fan Halen, Count’s 77, One Night Stand, Widow 7, Firestryke, Pulse, The Normandys, Like Before, Even In Death, Sin Of Saints, American Maid, Dead Fervor, Killer Hearts, McQueen Street, The Midnight Devils, Paralandra, and Eternal Frequency. - Billboard


"“ROCKLAHOMA,” HOSTED BY EDDIE TRUNK, ANNOUNCES 2022 LINEUP INCLUDING, MEGADETH, ENUFF Z’ NUFF, KORN, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH AND MORE ; EARLY BIRD TICKETS ONSALE JUNE 10TH"

Rocklahoma returns this Labor Day Weekend, taking place on September 2nd-September 4th at Pryor Creek Music Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma, just outside of Tulsa. This year, Rocklahoma will celebrate America’s biggest Labor Day Weekend Party as well as 15 Years of Rocklahoma. The three-day camping festival features some of today’s top rock artists, including Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Evanescence, Megadeth, Seether, Three Days Grace, Cypress Hill, Jelly Roll, and many more.

Produced by AEG Presents and original Rocklahoma founders Pryor Creek Music Festivals, Rocklahoma showcases the best new rock acts and classic artists performing on three stages. With onsite camping amenities and unparalleled VIP packages, Rocklahoma lives up to its motto of “Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Rock.”

The music lineup for Rocklahoma 2022 is as follows (subject to change): Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Evanescence, Megadeth, Seether, Three Days Grace, Cypress Hill, Jelly Roll, In This Moment, Skillet, Underoath, Ice Nine Kills, Motionless In White, Black Veil Brides, The Hu, Nothing More, Bad Wolves, Bad Omens, Palaye Royale, Dorothy, Suicidal Tendencies, Lit, Sleep Token, Fire From The Gods, Quiet Riot, Caned By Nod, Doro, Dana Dentata, Dropout Kings, John Harvie, Fan Halen, Count’s 77, Enuff Z’nuff, One Night Stand, Widow 7, Firestryke, Pulse, The Normandys, Wildstreet, Like Before, Even In Death, Sin Of Saints, American Maid, Dead Fervor, Killer Hearts, McQueen Street, The Midnight Devils, Paralandra, and Eternal Frequency. - Eddie Trunk


"Eternal Frequency Unleash Intense Music Video For New Single "A.I.""

(Harrisburg, PA) - Eternal Frequency have unleashed the official music video for their new single "A.I." The unnerving clip was directed by Tom Flynn and produced by Atrium Audio. The video's visual effects were created by Kyle Monroe.


Stream the official video below now and watch it YouTube HERE.


The new single "A.I." is the second part of Eternal Frequency's Step Up Trilogy. Disturbing visuals in the video heighten the intensity of the track's soaring vocals, jackhammer guitar riffs, and pummeling rhythm section. Fans can stream the video for "Step Up" (Part 1) as well HERE.


Eternal Frequency are having a breakout year in 2022.


"Instead of looking back at the trials and tribulations that occurred this past year, let's all look ahead and focus on the advancements and accomplishments to come," the band said on social media back in January. "New Year means New Beginnings. We are armed and ready to fire."


Last March, Eternal Frequency released a new original single “What Are We Waiting For?” In August, the unleashed their acclaimed cover of Nine Inch Nails’ seminal hit “Head Like a Hole.” The track was produced by Atrium Audio. The music video was directed by SquareUp Studios and edited by C.ENT Productions.


It was not the band’s first crack at covering an iconic song. They previously covered Queen’s “The Show Must Go On.” All proceeds from the track went to help support the NIVA (National Independent Venue Association) during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Eternal Frequency is a five-piece hard rock outfit from Pennsylvania. Fronted by vocalist and songwriter Emelle Elizabeth, Eternal Frequency are following in the footsteps of acts like Evanescence, Halestorm, Spiritbox, and others. The band's lineup is rounded out by guitarist Justin Walters, guitarist A.J. Lopez, bassist Tyler Travis, and drummer Dane Lowell.


In 2019, the band won Best New Artist at the Central Pennsylvania Music Awards. In 2021, the band was inducted into the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame. At the induction ceremony, they paid homage to their influences Halestorm with a haunting rendition of "Familiar Taste of Poison."


Last year, the band took home the award for Best Hard Rock Artist at the Central Pennsylvania Music Awards. - Renegade


"NEWS: Eternal Frequency step up in an apocalyptic future!"

Since forming in 2018 Eternal Frequency have amassed 200k Spotify streams for their debut EP “Transcendence” and eight singles of female fronted Metalcore and Alternative Metal with influences in Spiritbox, Halestorm and In This Moment. ​​They have unleashed a new track titled “Step Up” with a Matrix and Blade Runner themed music video that was directed and edited by Tom Flynn with visual effects were created by Kyle Monroe. The track itself was written and recorded by Eternal Frequency and produced by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland (August Burns Red, Polaris, Erra) of Atrium Audio.

Vocalist Emelle Elizabeth comments: “Lyrically and melodically, I wanted to convey the hardships of being a woman in the rock music industry and how it is so easy to be pigeonholed and oversexualized when the music is what should matter the most. As far as the video goes, [myself] and the other members of Eternal Frequency are prisoners of conscience on the run from an unknown organization trying to pick [us] off one by one, The reasons on why they are wanted fugitives is unknown until the story begins to unfold throughout the video. ‘Step Up’ is chapter one of a fictional three-part series that [myself] and Justin [Walters, Guitars] envisioned as a short film while the songs were being written. The band must find out who is hunting them and why. Or maybe…just maybe…are the hunted actually the hunters?” - Metal Noise


"Eternal Frequency "Step Up""

Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band ETERNAL FREQUENCY has released a dark, cinematic, sci-fi imbued official music video for their newest single, “Step Up.” Produced by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland of Atrium Audio, the music video for “Step Up” was directed and edited by Tom Flynn.

“’Step Up’ is our hardest hitting, heaviest material to date and sure to be a game changer. The song screams female empowerment and refusing to be pigeonholed in the industry. The video concept was created from the minds of Emelle (Lead Vox) and Justin (Lead Guitar) and inspired by Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal, Blade Runner, and CyberPunk. Emelle and the other members of Eternal Frequency are prisoners of conscience on the run from a yet unknown organization trying to pick them off one by one. The reasons on why they are wanted fugitives is a mystery until the story begins to unfold throughout the video. ‘Step Up’ is Chapter 1 of a fictional three part series that the band envisioned as a short film while the songs were being written. Emelle and the band must find out who is hunting them and why. Or maybe…just maybe…are the hunted actually the hunters?” – ETERNAL FREQUENCY

Established in the early spring of 2018, Eternal Frequency is a five piece female fronted all original hard rock band hailing from Central Pennsylvania (alongside hometown heroes Poison, From Ashes to New, Fuel, LIVE, August Burns Red). They follow in the footsteps of acts such as Spriritbox, Halestorm, Evanescence, and others. Blending influences of Metalcore, Hard rock, and Active Rock, Eternal Frequency brings a new energy that is also dominated by vocalist, songwriter, and frontwoman Emelle.

In just under three years as a band they have released several studio singles as well as music videos including “Temptations”, “Parasite”, “What Are We Waiting For”, “Head Like A Hole”, and their very popular cover of Queen “The Show Must Go On” (all proceeds going to NIVA – National Independent Venue Association) to the masses and have been reaping nothing but positive energy and reviews from their supporters. They have accrued a massively strong following in the Pennsylvania area and have garnered attention in multiple regional markets.

They currently record with multi Grammy nominated producers Grant McFarland and Carson Slovak of Atrium Audio atriumaudio.com (From Ashes to New, August Burns Red, Erra, LIVE, Galactic Empire, Polaris) and established videographers SquareUp Studios (Lorna Shore, ATTILA) and Tom Flynn (All That Remains, Lamb of God, 10 Years, Fire From The Gods, Metal Allegiance)

As far as accomplishments go, they’ve had the pleasure of sharing the stage with established artists such as Of Mice & Men, Adelitas Way, FUEL, Smile Empty Soul, Vixen, and Sponge, For the Fallen Dreams, Awake At Last, Eyes Set to Kill (to name a few). They also took home the award for Best New Artist at the 2019 Central Pennsylvania Music Awards and had the pleasure to honor Halestorm (Inductees) with their rendition of “Familiar Taste of Poison” at the 2020 CPMA’s. In addition, EF was nominated for Best Hard Rock Band and Song of the Year. - Sound Kharma


"Eternal Frequency - Head Like A Hole (NIN Cover Review)"

Pennsylvania based female fronted metalcore/hard rock band Eternal Frequency dropped a cover the other day of Nine Inch Nails classic hit song "Head Like A Hole". This kicks major ass! Their singers voice is absolutely fantastic, as are the backing growl vocals. Her voice reminds me of Taylor Momson in a lot of ways. The drummer slams! The riffs and electronic sounds are also great, but I love that they sort of take a backseat and this song brings the vocals and drums to the front. They took the song and brought it to a whole new level and totally made it their own. The music video is also absolutely fantastic and fits the song very well. I enjoyed this a lot and definitely recommend checking it out. ~Gangis - Hellfire Radio


"ADELITAS WAY, SEVEN YEAR WITCH GIVE FANS A SOLID SHOW SILVERTUNG AND ETERNAL FREQUENCY SERVED AS SPECIAL GUESTS."

Last night, rock mainstays Adelitas Way bought a super-sized show to Club XL in Harrisburg, PA. Along with special guests Seven Year Witch, Silvertung and Eternal Frequency joined the big bill. It was a night Pennsylvania rock fans have been waiting a long time for.

Local favorites Eternal Frequency kicked off the festivities. The band performed a solid set behind Emelle Elizabeth’s powerhouse vocals. Eternal Frequency’s new single “What Are We Waiting For?” dropped back in March. The band is set to release a cover of Nine Inch Nails’ massive hit “Head Like A Hole” on August 20. Fans can pre-save the track on streaming platforms now. - The Rock Revival


"ETERNAL FREQUENCY Take Over HMAC"

Opening for Doll Skin on March 8th, Eternal Frequency proved why the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall Of Fame voted them “Best New Band” of 2019! Members include Emelle on Vocals, Justin Walters and A.J. Lopez on guitar, Tyler Travis on bass, & Dane Lowell on drums. - Rock Documented


"Eternal Frequency Releases "A.I.""

Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band Eternal Frequency has released the second installment of their dark, cinematic, sci-fi imbued series, "A.I." Directed and edited by Tom Flynn with VFX by Kyle Monroe, and preceded by the equally impactful, dystopic and yet uplifting music video for "Step Up," "A.I." continues the band's exploration into the acceptance and assertion of one's individualism in an increasingly oppressive world of technology dominated identity politics.

"’A.I’ is the second installment of our epic trilogy and this picks up where ‘Step Up’ left off. ‘A.I.’ brings up the unavoidable challenge that every artist will eventually face and that is someone who is not part of your camp telling you what they think is best for you. It is about not conforming to anyone's preconceived notion about you and refusing to be controlled by the system. This is our message to be who you are in your image alone," said the band in a press release. - New Jersey Stage


"Eternal Frequency Unleash Intense Music Video For New Single "A.I.""

(Harrisburg, PA) - Eternal Frequency have unleashed the official music video for their new single "A.I." The unnerving clip was directed by Tom Flynn and produced by Atrium Audio. The video's visual effects were created by Kyle Monroe.


Stream the official video below now and watch it YouTube HERE.


The new single "A.I." is the second part of Eternal Frequency's Step Up Trilogy. Disturbing visuals in the video heighten the intensity of the track's soaring vocals, jackhammer guitar riffs, and pummeling rhythm section. Fans can stream the video for "Step Up" (Part 1) as well HERE.


Eternal Frequency are having a breakout year in 2022.


"Instead of looking back at the trials and tribulations that occurred this past year, let's all look ahead and focus on the advancements and accomplishments to come," the band said on social media back in January. "New Year means New Beginnings. We are armed and ready to fire."


Last March, Eternal Frequency released a new original single “What Are We Waiting For?” In August, the unleashed their acclaimed cover of Nine Inch Nails’ seminal hit “Head Like a Hole.” The track was produced by Atrium Audio. The music video was directed by SquareUp Studios and edited by C.ENT Productions.


It was not the band’s first crack at covering an iconic song. They previously covered Queen’s “The Show Must Go On.” All proceeds from the track went to help support the NIVA (National Independent Venue Association) during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Eternal Frequency is a five-piece hard rock outfit from Pennsylvania. Fronted by vocalist and songwriter Emelle Elizabeth, Eternal Frequency are following in the footsteps of acts like Evanescence, Halestorm, Spiritbox, and others. The band's lineup is rounded out by guitarist Justin Walters, guitarist A.J. Lopez, bassist Tyler Travis, and drummer Dane Lowell.


In 2019, the band won Best New Artist at the Central Pennsylvania Music Awards. In 2021, the band was inducted into the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame. At the induction ceremony, they paid homage to their influences Halestorm with a haunting rendition of "Familiar Taste of Poison."


Last year, the band took home the award for Best Hard Rock Artist at the Central Pennsylvania Music Awards. - Renegade


"Eternal Frequency Release Chapter 2 of MATRIX-Esque Series 'A.I.'"

Drawing inspiration from cult classic films such as The Matrix, Blade Runner, and The Fifth Element, “AI” offers a chaotic cinematic viewing experience and a look into the future, creating a high-intensity, action-packed visual. The “A.I.” music video was directed and edited by Tom Flynn, and the visual effects were created by Kyle Monroe. - Broadway World


"ETERNAL FREQUENCY Releases Second Chapter in Cinematic, Sci-Fi Epic Video Series, “A.I.”!"

Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band ETERNAL FREQUENCY has released the second installment of their dark, cinematic, sci-fi imbued series, “A.I.” Directed and edited by Tom Flynn with VFX by Kyle Monroe, and preceded by the equally impactful, dystopic and yet uplifting music video for “Step Up,” “A.I.” continues the band’s exploration into the acceptance and assertion of one’s individualism in an increasingly oppressive world of technology dominated identity politics. - Music Existence


Discography

Transcendence (EP) - 2018
Drowning
Down
Insanity
Fire
Feel This Way

Sober (Single) - 2019

Temptations (Single) - 2020

Parasite (Single) - 2020

The Show Must Go On (Single) - 2020

What Are We Waiting For (Single) - 2021

Head Like A Hole (Single) - 2021

Step Up (Single) - 2022

A.I. (Single) - 2022

Breathe In, Breathe Out (Single) - 2022

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Established in the early spring of 2018, Eternal Frequency is a multi award winning five piece female fronted all original hard rock band hailing from Central Pennsylvania (Alongside hometown heroes Poison, From Ashes to New, Fuel, LIVE, August Burns Red). They follow in the footsteps of acts such as Spiritbox, Halestorm, Evanescence and others. Blending influences of Metalcore, Hard rock, and Active Rock, Eternal Frequency brings a new energy that is also dominated by vocalist, songwriter, and frontwoman Emelle. In just under four years as a band they have released several studio singles as well as music videos including "Parasite", "What Are We Waiting For", "Head Like A Hole", "Step Up"  and "A.I." to the masses and have been reaping nothing but positive energy and reviews from their supporters. They have accrued a massively strong following in the Pennsylvania area and have garnered attention in multiple regional markets being named one of the countries top unsigned bands by various media outlets. The combined total music video views on their YouTube have reached over 1 Million and continue to impress their audiences all around the globe. They currently record with multi Grammy nominated producers Grant McFarland and Carson Slovak of Atrium Audio atriumaudio.com (From Ashes to New, August Burns Red, Erra, LIVE, Galactic Empire, Polaris) and established videographers SquareUp Studios (Lorna Shore, ATTILA) and Tom Flynn tomflynndirector.com (All That Remains, Lamb of God, 10 Years, Fire From The Gods, Metal Allegiance) As far as accomplishments go they've had the pleasure of sharing the stage with established artists such as Of Mice & Men, Adelitas Way, FUEL, John 5, The Haxans (Ash Costello of New Year's Day and Piggy D of Wednesday 13 and Rob Zombie), Infected Rain, Smile Empty Soul, The Birthday Massacre, Julien-K, September Mourning, Vixen, Sponge, For the Fallen Dreams, Awake At Last, Eyes Set to Kill (to name a few). In addition they will be performing at Rocklahoma 2022 in Pryor, OK alongside KORN, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, and many more September 2nd-4th. EF had the pleasure to honor Halestorm (Inductees) with their rendition of "Familiar Taste of Poison" at the 2020 Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame Awards. 

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