Ballarat metal outfit Nicolas Cage Fighter is back with a beatdown of a track that appears off their forthcoming LP The Bones That Grew From Pain. ‘Compound and Fracture‘ is the hellish new offering that follows on from the meticulous lead track ‘Shrine of Wire‘.
Fuelled by frenetic riffs and a spitfire of energy, ‘Compound and Fracture‘ showcases the band’s uncanny ability to build heavy-hitting metal-charged anthems that has us dive headfirst into their world. Of the song, the band share:
“It’s basically the ‘fuck you’ song of the album, it’s entirely centered around personal accountability and taking control of your own life instead of blaming everyone else and everything around you for your own problems. The world can be a really shitty place but too often we see people around us that whinge and bitch about things that they could easily fix if they got off their ass and just did it.”
The lads are set to drop their new record on July 22 via Metal Blade Records.
Pre-order The Bones That Grew From Pain here
Words by Tamara May @citylightstam
Nicolas Cage Fighter – The Bones That Grew From Pain tracklisting:
01. Grey Eye
02. Shrine of Wire
03. Coughing Nails
04. Static Abyss
05. The Bones That Grew from Pain
06. Weeping Sores
07. Compound and Fracture
09. Heretic’s Vow
10. A Great Ruinous Deed