Of Euphoria Cuts Album, Gets Record Deal

The band Of Euphoria released this week their extended play album, “Fall Where It May.”

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Live picture of the bands Of Euphoria and The Difference. Photo by Christian Nguyen.

This first, extended play album is a result of the band being signed with Afflicted Records. This is the same band that just played in Santa Ana with Gates of Ivory Oct. 11.

“Getting on the label, it’s cool. It has it’s perks, but just makes us want to work harder for more goals and opportunities,” said Bobby Viscarra, band vocalist. “As for the Santa Ana show, it was an amazing turnout. We loved our friends and family that came out. And the people that like our band and came out,we love you too!”

They attended the Slaves headlining show  Aug. 22 in Anaheim. Youth in Revolt, Alive Like Me, Mkya, Nightmares also play that night at the Chain Reaction. The concert was opened by the band Gates of Ivory.

Of Euphoria is a post-hardcore metalcore group from Covina. It was founded April 1, 2013. Chris Anguiano and Ryan Midas both play guitar, Bobby Viscarra does vocals, while Sam Vary does vocals and plays keyboard. Ryan Fig plays drums while Angel Romero plays bass. They can be found on Twitter and Facebook.

“It was good! Love those guys,” said a member of the band, The Difference, a band from Carson.


Of Euphoria went on the road for the Turn Down for What Tour in Arizona Oct. 14. Photo courtesy Of Euphoria.

“The show in Santa Ana was absolutely amazing. One hundred percent filled with our friends and family, it just made it so special, and it was an amazing tour kickoff and E.P release show.

“Fall Where It May” just came out Tuesday. Fans attending the show were able to buy a copy.

“And so far we have got nothing but positive feedback!” said guitarist Chris Anguiano. “Getting signed to Afflicted Records has been amazing. Our boy Shawn [of Affiliated Records] has been such an amazing help and asset to us! He truly cares for all of his bands. He’s definitely one of the bands best friends.”

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