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Formed in May of 2010, Attalus is a five-piece band from Raleigh, N.C. The band consists of Chris Sierra (drums/vocals), John Sierra (guitar/vocals), Evan King (guitar/vocals), John Amos (bass/vocals), and Seth Davey (piano/lead vocals). Since the release of their home-recorded debut ep, "The Greater Tide," in December, 2010, Attalus have established themselves as one of Raleigh's reputable local bands. Known for passionate live performances and a rigorous work ethic, they have already played alongside bands such as Hawthorne Heights, Anarbor, Amely, Sanctus Real, Conditions, and Divided By Friday - along with local friends, The Future is Me and the Ethnographers. While Attalus continues to increase their influence in North Carolina, they are also ready to step out and reach a wider audience. The first step to accomplishing that is to release a new concept album called Post Tenebras Lux (after darkness, light). During the planning for this album, the band realized they didn't have the money needed to accomplish it. After only ten days of raising money, friends and fans had donated 3,000 dollars to the cause! The strength of this support inspired Attalus to make the album bigger and better than it initially intended to be. When first conceived, it was meant to be a 5-song Summer EP. But during the writing process it evolved into a full-length album composed of the most musically complex and lyrically stimulating songs Attalus has written to date. Post Tenebras Lux will deal with some of the difficult issues that every person at some point and in some way struggles with. Issues such as the intellectual and spiritual struggle between faith and reason or the timeless philosophical question of why God allows evil are just a few. From the dark, riveting head-banger, "Night," which starts off the album to the dynamic, piano-driven ballad, "Let There be Light," which concludes the album, the listener will be taken on a musical rollercoaster while being forced to intellectually deal with his or her own conceptions and misconceptions of faith, doubt, and God's grace. Post Tenebras Lux. Out Now.

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