Native Construct cover “Empty Chairs At Empty Temples” from Les Misérables

Native Construct are streaming their cover of Les Misérables’ “Empty Chairs At Empty Tables”. Guitarist Myles Yang comments:

“I’m sure you can hear the musical theatre influence in the music of Native Construct. We’re big fans of it, and this is a tune from an old favorite of ours, Les Misérables. I did this arrangement for Rob to sing on back in our freshman year of college, just for fun. We did a little recording of it in a dorm room, and that was that. Fast forward to a few weeks ago — our guitarist, Poh Hock, was competing in the .strandberg* Guitar Competition. A portion of the competition was decided by popular vote, and we called on our fans for assistance. Turns out we have a great little community going here; we received an outstanding amount of support, and Poh Hock ended up taking first place in the competition. So, as a token of our appreciation, we decided to dust off this old arrangement and make a new and improved version of it for everyone to enjoy. We recorded all new vocals from Rob, and he also did a fresh mix and master of the whole thing. And Max Harchik (bass) directed, shot, and edited a video of it all, for your viewing pleasure. Hope you like it!”

Native Construct will be hitting the road in the coming weeks with Between The Buried And Me, Enslaved, and Intronaut on The Coma Ecliptic Tour III, supporting their new effort Quiet World (Metal Blade). Dates for the tour can be found here and purchase Quiet World at