Pink Frost release debut EP and share epic track “The Sun”

By on April 19, 2011
Emerging from the darkest depths of winter with a debut, self-titled EP aglow in captivating reverb,
Pink Frost share swirling, soaring track “The Sun.”
Prepare to get mesmerized by the video for “The Sun,” created by Katrina Zimmerman, and grab the MP3 called
“a perfect introspective soundtrack for winter chill” by ChicagoVerseUnited.
Photo by Kirstie Shanley


 This is a pretty spectacular debut, especially “The Sun” which I found myself whistling while digging the car out of a snowdrift.
Burning World
Shimmering sounds of mellow shozegaze…a perfect introspective soundtrack for arriving winter chill.
Chicago Verse United
The History of Pink Frost
Pink Frost came together through a shared affinity for reverb, air guitar, and disgust. After several suicide attempts and realizing that the Chicago shoegaze scene completely sucked… they immediately began work on what would become their E.P. Self-titled and self released the three tracks create music for inclement weather, infinite sadness, and songs for Owsley.
The Frost has recently retired into the earth to begin work on their debut full length, which will come out later this year.


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.