Love And Death Drop Third Single ‘The Hunter’ feat. Breaking Benjamin’s Keith Wallen

Love And Death

In case you’ve missed all of the fuss, KoRn‘s Brian ‘Head Welch and Breaking Bejamin‘s Jasen Rauch have been hard at work getting Love And Death‘s upcoming album Perfectly Preserved ready to drop, and now we’re just one week away. 

Love And Death returned late last year with monster single ‘Down‘ which simply blew the minds of fans from the musicians’ respective bands. They kept the momentum going with White Flag‘ featuring Ryan Hayes of Righteous Vendetta, and even have a livestream coming up the day after release day.

Well, we’re not completely surprised the eclectic outfit have dropped another track ahead of the album release, because when we chatted to Brian ‘Head’ Welch about it a few weeks ago, to say he was excited would be an understatement. 

The Hunter’ features Breaking Benjamin‘s Keith Wallen and showcases a side of the band that we haven’t heard yet, particularly on their 2021 chapter. The other two tracks highlighted the KoRn-esque nu-metal chaos, however, ‘The Hunter’ certainly hones in on some of those melodic crescendos that you know and love when Wallen and Rauch are busy with Breaking Benjamin. Don’t worry though, you’ll still hear Head warm up those vocal cords and visualise those dreadlocks flying around a bit.

Get hyped, people – we’re not far off the release off this bad-boy. Make sure you pre-save the record and look out for that global livestream.

Words by Ricky Aarons @rickysaul90

Love And Death’s Perfectly Preserved is out on 12 February.
Pre-order the album here.

Love And Death - Perfectly Preserved

Love And Death – Perfectly Preserved tracklisting:

1. Infamy
2. Tragedy
3. Down
4. Let Me Love You (feat. Lacey Sturm)
5. Death Of Us
6. Slow Fire
7. The Hunter (feat. Keith Wallen)
8. Lo Lamento
9. Affliction
10. White Flag (feat. Ryan Hayes)

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About Ricky Aarons (693 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.