11 Songs, 45 Minutes


Star-studded, ferociously dark post-grunge.


Star-studded, ferociously dark post-grunge.


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

20 Ratings
20 Ratings


Poot Bisquit

I've been waiting for this album to drop and I couldn't be more pumped. Love the three bands these guys came from and excited to hear the whole album. If it's like Fractional, Bedburner, and Last Apology it might end up being my favorite album...let's do this!

Worth the Wait


There are 4 songs out now and It's been both heaven and hell waiting and receiving them. It's a frankenstein of a band but the results are powerful and detailed. I'm loving everything about this. Crowd funded goodness right here, getchyou some!

Album of the Year!


In the words of the great Kenny Powers "In most of nature, the alpha is the strongest of the pack. Creature of immense strength, large in size, a leader from birth, hippos, bumblebees, Wayans brothers…most of the time…"

This record is the alpha among rock albums to come out this year, maybe even the past 5 years. From the softest to the heaviest point, there is never a dull moment. The Prestaliis is a creature of immense strength and large in size
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About Hundred Suns

Citing a diverse array of influences, including Deftones, A Perfect Circle, and Chevelle, Canadian/American superstar progressive metal/alt-rock trio Hundred Suns were founded in 2011 around the talents of Norma Jean vocalist Cory Brandan, Every Time I Die drummer Ryan Leger, and Dead & Divine guitarist/vocalist Chris LeMasters. In 2016 Hundred Suns headed into the studio with producer/engineer Sam Guaiana (Like Pacific), vocal engineer/producer Jeremy S.H. Griffith (Norma Jean, Underoath), and producer/mixer (and Saosin guitarist) Beau Burchell (Blaqk Audio, the Bronx) to lay down tracks for their debut album. The resulting New Damage Records-issued Prestaliis arrived the following year, and featured the singles "Last Apology" and "Amaranthine." ~ James Christopher Monger