Listen to Left To Suffer’s Heaviest Track to Date ‘Primitive Urge’ feat. Joe Bad

Left to Suffer Primitive Urge

A couple of months ago, nu-deathcore group Left To Suffer dropped Snake‘, mixed by Three Days Grace‘s Neil Sanderson and Howard Benson of Judge & Jury production team and it was remarkably stepped up with vocalist Taylor Barber indulging us in some fine cleans which fans were jaw-dropped over.

The single came just a moment after their And Dying Forever EP dropped, including ‘Overwhelming Power‘ and ‘Fatal Attraction‘ among others. It was a blistering release and we got to hear the breakdown of it from Barber himself on a track-by-track review.

Closing out 2022, Left To Suffer might have just dropped their heaviest track to date ‘Primitive Urge‘. The song features Fit For An Autopsy‘s Joe Bad, who we know loves to do jump on his peers’ tracks, as he told us in a pizza booth interview during their recent Aussie tour.

With new bangers ‘Snake‘ and ‘Primitive Urge‘ out now, fans will be ready for a consolidated release, perhaps another EP/LP but nothing has been shared yet. However, you may notice the stream link below includes ‘OneRPM‘ in the URL who happen to be Chelsea Grin‘s label, so something must be happening in the woodwork. Further to this, the band have said that ‘Primitive Urge‘ will be featured on the band’s upcoming debut album, due for release in Spring (Australian Autumn), 2023.

On the new single, Left To Suffer comments:

“This song is for all those who thought ‘Snake’ was a singular sonic direction change for us. It’s not. We’re a vibe like the whole universe, ever expanding in all directions forever. We present to you ‘Primitive Urge’ ft. Joe Bad of Fit For An Autopsy.”

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Primitive Urge‘ feat. Joe Bad here

Left To Suffer Primitive Urge

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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.