Nevada Deathcore Band Distinguisher Share ‘Open Letter’ With Fit For An Autopsy’s Joe Bad

Distinguisher Open Letter feat. Joe Bad Review

We LOVE sharing new bands we discover and today the limelight is on Nevada deathcore band Distinguisher. Of course they’ve gotten our attention because their brand new single ‘Open Letter‘ features the one and only Joe Badolato (or Joe Bad) of Fit For An Autopsy.

We’ll get to the single in a moment though – let’s take a step back and dive into the history of Distinguisher. The Las Vegas outfit are have been on the scene for a while, having released two LPs, one in 2017, titled What’s Left of Us, and the next one in 2019, titled Hell from Here. The deathcore band are now set to release their EP Under the Weight of Things I Couldn’t Change on Friday, March 11th.

The EP also includes their single ‘Without End‘ which is worth checking out. However, today the focus is on ‘Open Letter‘ which also features on the EP, and of course we had to hear it with the Joe Bad feature, after loving Fit For An Autopsy‘s potential album of the year – Oh What The Future Holds (our review here and interview here).

Open Letter‘ showcases stellar production for an emerging band. The single is ferocious from the get-go, channelling some of the chaotic influences we’ve been hearing with hype bands like and SPITE. The drumming is relentless and the riffs bring a hell-of-a-groove, leaving you wondering how big this EP could very well be. Bad comes in at the peak of the track and seamlessly spits a few lines that adds some extra polish to an already fine song.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream Distinguisher – ‘Open Letter‘ feat. Joe Bad here and
Pre-order Under the Weight of Things I Couldn’t Change here


Distinguisher Under the Weight of Things I Couldn’t Change tracklisting

1. Pointe Willow
2. By Design
3. Without End
4. Open Letter (feat. Joe Bad)
5. Dying Light
6. Coffin of Pain

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About Ricky Aarons (688 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.