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Scream Like Rheese
Rheese Peters, lead vocalist of Brisbane experimental-core outfit The Endless Pandemic, has gone into business for himself, setting up a side project for the benefit of all those future frontmen out there.
Rheese and fellow vocalist Dylan Cottee have officially opened their own voice training workshop, Architect Studios, offering lessons to get your heavy vocals down. Make an appointment and learn some tips and tricks to refine your technique, hone in on your sound and master your range.
Architect Studios also offers limited recording sessions on afternoons and weekends to get your vocal demos done right. Prices for coaching start as low as $10, so head over to their Facebook page right now at http://www.facebook.com/architectstudiosbrisbane and get yourself booked in.
See some vocal cover videos that Rheese and Dylan uploaded to YouTube for a sample of their work. Check out their version of “Knives And Wolves” by The Red Shore at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhPniHAwoJk and their awesome dual cover version of “Relapse: Signs” by Structures at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O19n0DCREJg.