SPITE Wave New Year With Chaotic Track ‘Caved In’

SPITE Caved In Review

#NewMusicFriday always has a bit of ‘oomph’ when Josh ‘Baby J’ Miller is involved. Recently, Miller announced his departure of Emmure as he joined SPITE, as well as also dropping fire tracks with Darko like ‘Dragon Chaser‘ and Acid Inject‘ with Chelsea Grin‘s Tom Barber.

SPITE concurrently announced their signing to Rise Records (read about it here), and at the end of last year dropped their first single with Miller, titled ‘Made To Please‘ – and it was glass-shatteringly heavy. Now the lads are back with another zinger, this one titled ‘Caved In‘, and believe it or not but they managed to make it even heavier.

With stellar production, vocalist Darius Tehrani dives in with his crisp vocal effort, both super low and super fast. SPITE continue to dance on the precise intersection of hardcore and deathcore, and it works perfectly. Baby J’s drumming efforts are supreme, and certainly highlighted in the mixing, and particularly enjoyable as the final output is a distinctly different style to that of Darko. ‘Caved In‘ is balls-to-the-wall from start to finish, and the recent hype is living up to expectations.

In terms of a new album, we’ll keep you updated, but for now enjoy the single on Friday at midnight local time.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

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