Brand of Sacrifice Reinvent Title Track ‘Lifeblood’ With Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos

Brand of Sacrifice - Lifeblood feat. Will Ramos

Still on a bit of a Brand of Sacrifice hangover after the release of their mammoth record Lifeblood (interview here) was released earlier this year? Tracks like ‘Animal‘ were enough to get the attention of deathcore fans around the world. Well, the band can’t seem to sit still; since the release of record in March, they’ve already released decimating single ‘Enemy‘ feat. Underoath‘s Spencer Chamberlain

On the note of features, the Canadian band have delighted us with a new rendition of their title track ‘Lifeblood’ featuring no other who we refer to as deathcore vocalist of the year. Of course we’re talking about Will Ramos. The new Lorna Shore front-man has not only blown minds on the track that revealed him (‘To The Hellfire) but also the New Jersey band’s entire …And I Return to Nothingness EP (our review here). Still not sold? Just check out Ramos featuring on the very recent track ‘D.N.R.‘ from Left to Suffer, also joined by Ov Sulfur‘s Ricky Hoover

The reinvention of ‘Lifeblood‘ is an eargasm you may want to experience in private. With instrumental variation setting in immediately, Ramos steps in with his squeal of absolutely clarity before Brand of Sacrifice bounce into the verse. With Ramos interjecting his highs between Kyle Anderson‘s lows, the contrast is stupendous. The band take advantage of the guest feature with Ramos spilling his demonic guts across the entire track. 

Spot the music video countdown below and catch the stream/visualiser at midnight, local time. 

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)  

Stream ‘Lifeblood’ feat. Will Ramos here

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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.