Biography

Echo Tail is an unsigned progressive rock/post-metal duo from Cambridge, UK formed in August 2014.  The band currently consists of:

Mark Stebbing (guitars, bass, keys, synth, production, mastering)
Tom Stebbing (drums).  


The vision of Echo Tail is to record tracks that are full of vigorous riffs layered underneath vibrant and blues-styled lead guitaring that replaces vocals for storytelling. Each album has its own concept and style, experimenting with different sounds and changing things up sonically.  Echo Tail rely on their own resources and produce all their music in their own home setup; using laptops, recording software and equipment all funded by the band.

So far, we have released these albums:

Mirroring                                               (August 2014)
Sonic Slave                                          (October 2014)
Hold The Throne                                (December 2014)
I Will Leave It All For You                  (March 2015)
King Defeatism                                   (July 2015)
Fields of Vision                                  (March 2016)
Drowning the Pacific                         (August 2016)
The Ancestry                                      (February 2017)

Et tu, Yurei?                                        (August 2017)

Beauty in Denial                                (May 2018)

We are very much an impulse band where we constantly generate ideas and sounds through improvisation and experimentation, and are always excited to share these new ambitions with you. 

You can support us by visiting our official Bandcamp page for all of our album releases, we always price the albums at "Name Your Price", so it is totally up to you if you want to donate money to us or simply download the albums for free for your pleasure.  We also release limited edition CDs at a low price..  You can also follow us on social media, we are on a lot of sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, YouTube etc.  Any follow or like means a lot to us and builds our support even further.