In Vanity Spatter Another Huge Track ‘Mariana’

In Vanity - Mariana Review

Melbourne boys In Vanity are getting into the swing of things. A few weeks ago the deathcore band dropped ‘Epitomewhich totally brought the ruckus. They’re keeping up the momentum with brand new track ‘Mariana’ which will have you pulling your best ‘disgusting’ face in appreciation.

The two new bangers have been launched after their 2019 launchpad EP Nodus Tollens, featuring ‘Burn’ with David De La Hoz. Here’s what drummer Ollie Midson had to say on the new track ‘Mariana‘.

“Mariana continues on the subject matter of ‘Irrevocable’ and ‘Burn’, but takes a more optimistic and reflective approach. Years after an experience with two people who I loved, I’ve moved past the anger that consumed me and made peace with the fall out of what happened. The experience still haunts me and I carry on working through the mental illness that came as a result, but Mariana is me saying ‘I won’t let what happened destroy me.”‘

The Victorian band’s production quality is pretty awesome, as they delve into their new track with some blistering bass and chaotic deathcore vocals. With melodic choruses and stupidly heavy breakdowns, you’ll want to throw In Vanity‘s latest effort onto your regular rotation.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Mariana’ here.

In Vanity is Forest Stevens (guitar), Markus Sharpe (guitar), Stephen Latocha (clean vocals/bass),
Ollie Midson (drums) and Ralph Brown (vocals).

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About Ricky Aarons (605 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.