Alternative Metal Band

Formed in late 2018, Nowhere To Be Found hit the ground running: they would go on to record with Swedish producer Henrik Udd, “2017 Producer of the Year” at the Heavy Music Awards, the mastermind behind game-changing albums for bands such as Bring Me The Horizon and Architects and would master in New York with Grammy Award-Winner Ted Jensen - the sound engineer known for being the choice of giants such as Metallica, Green Day, Muse, Deftones, Slipknot, Paul McCartney, Madonna and Coldplay, just to name a few.

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Confirming the songs’ potentials, there have been collaborations with the likes of Memphis May Fire’s front man Matty Mullins in the song “Traverse” and Emily Lazar from September Mourning in the song “Closer.”

Nowhere To Be Found have aired on North American CBS’s Sound Of The Underground tv show as one of the world’s new most exciting upcoming bands and have released four singles, with their first album set for 2022.

  • "We tried all the industry-standard vocal mics when touring but the V7 MK brings a whole new dimension to our game. It’s now our obvious choice and it’s actually quite funny how every sound tech absolutely loves them."

    — Nowhere to Be Found (Alternative Metal Band)
  • "I’ve also had the opportunity to take them in the studio for 12 episodes of 'The Masked Singer' Season 2 and once again… I was blown away by the fullness and clarity of these amazing mics. It actually made me play different. I didn’t have to hit the drums so hard. It allowed me to enjoy what I’m playing and dive into the music more."

    — Nowhere to Be Found (Alternative Metal Band)
  • "All in all these mics are complete. They have shaped my sound even after 27 years of touring. I’m thankful for this opportunity to be a part of such a great sound and family."

    — Nowhere to Be Found (Alternative Metal Band)
  • “The sE2200 Large-Diaphragm Condenser really changed the game for us in terms of the sound we could get when recording in our home studio. The voice just sounds better, period.”

    — Nowhere to Be Found (Alternative Metal Band)