Left To Suffer Detonates Annihilator Release ‘Fatal Attraction’, Announces New EP

Left to Suffer Primitive Urge

Left To Suffer are rapidly becoming a top tier deathcore piece, having released some phenomenal tracks, particularly recently. Following their debut album A Year Of Suffering in 2020, the Atlanta-formed outfit shared On Death in 2021, and shortly after coupled it with a unique Audio Book offering more on their sophomore release.

That wasn’t all Left To Suffer had in the tank for the year, as they continued to drop bangers, including ‘D.N.R.‘, featuring Lorna Shore‘s Will Ramos and Ov Sulfer‘s Ricky Hoover, as well as ‘Fixated‘ feat. Kamiyada+. In 2022, they continued the carnage with ‘Overwhelming Power‘ and are now sharing a brand new one called ‘Fatal Attraction‘.

The new song engages in Left To Suffer‘s well established signature grooves but this time the band shares a nice little deathcore ballad with clean vocals. The harmony is quickly disrupted by the recommencement of vocalist Taylor Barber‘s beastly growls. That clean-vocal bridge returns towards the end and shows a different side to the U.S. heavyweights that hits different.

Update: Left To Suffer has announced that ‘Fatal Attraction‘ will feature on their forthcoming EP And Dying Forever, out July 8, 2022. The EP will also feature singles ‘Overwhelming Power‘ and ‘Fixated‘ feat. Kamiyada.

On the new EP, Barber comments:

“A series of grieving leads to inevitable enlightenment no matter how hard it may become. Welcome to your forever, And Dying Forever, our upcoming EP is coming July 8th”

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream Left To Suffer – ‘Fatal Attractionhere and
Pre-order And Dying Forever soon
Out July 8, 2022

Left To Suffer And Dying Forever tracklisting

Left To Suffer –  And Dying Forever tracklisting

1. Rest Your Head
2. Weary
3. Overwhelming Power
4. Fixated ft. Kamiyada
5. Whisper
6. Fatal Attraction

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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.