BOUND IN FEAR Premiere Lyric Video for “Hate Circuit” at Slam Worldwide

Cataclysmically heavy Farnham, UK deathcore group BOUND IN FEAR have released a Scott Ruud produced lyric video for their song “Hate Circuit” today at Slam Worldwide. The track is off of the band’s relentlessly destructive new album The Hand Of Violence which will see an August 16th release date through Unique Leader. 

The track offers a glimpse into the record’s crushing, downtempo mayhem. Full of powerful, angry lyrics, devastating breakdowns, and suffocatingly extreme groove The Hand of Violence establishes BOUND IN FEARas one of the most extreme voices in British deathcore. 

The band commented, “Hate Circuit’ is a musical depiction of emotional transformation inspired by the personal childhood traumas of vocalist Ben.

The single is a viscerally punishing audio portrayal of the regression into depression and the evolution of confusion and naïveté into spite, vengeance and pure unadulterated hatred.

This is the most aggressive and brutally honest song we’ve ever written and we hope that, regardless of whether you can relate, that you truly feel the anger and pain in the music and lyrics.”

The 10 slabs of sonic ferocity offered on The Hand of Violence were recorded, mixed, and mastered by band guitarist Keir Campbell and the album features artwork by Shindy Design.   

Watch the video HERE
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