Deathcore Brutes Signs Of The Swarm Unleash Absolute Hell on ‘Tower Of Torsos’ & Announce New Album
We last caught up with these deathcore giants in April when they released ‘Amongst the Low & Empty‘ and now they’re back to snap necks and invade earholes with the completely mental ‘Tower of Torsos‘, taken from their upcoming album Amongst the Low & Empty – out July 28th via Century Media Records.
There’s no denying vocalist David Simonich has some of the best gutturals in the game, to the point where they almost take on their own personas with every scream he delivers; but this track showcases all of his inner demons as he belts them all out with the band dropping some nasty breakdowns and bone-crunching riffs behind him.
Drummer Bobby Crow comments about the single, saying,
“We wanted to bring the old school, in-your-face vibes of our favorite OG deathcore bands – with a fresh spin. We endearingly call it psycho-music. It’s something of a continuation of what we started with ‘The Collection,’ musically, while the lyrical core is about doing whatever you must to come out on top. If you caught us on the road with Whitechapel recently, this one should be familiar to you!”
Love groove metal with vocals straight from hell? Sign yourself the fuck up for Signs of the Swarm‘s new hit and get keen for their upcoming full length, which also boats and huge collaboration with Matt Heafy of Trivium.
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Signs of the Swarm – Amongst the Low & Empty tracklisting
1. Amongst the Low & Empty
2. Tower of Torsos
3. Pray for Death
4. Borrowed Time
5. Between Fire & Stone
6. Shackles Like Talons
8. The Witch Beckons (feat. Matthew K. Heafy)
10. Faces Without Names