TO THE GRAVE continue their campaign to raise awareness of animal cruelty with single / lyric video ‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’

Epilogue album out now via Unique Leader Records

Australian deathcore quintet To The Grave have released a lyric video for ‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’, taken from their new album, Epilogue, out now via Unique Leader Records.

Watch the lyric video here:

Stream / purchase Epilogue here:

Vocalist Dane Evans comments: “The slow process of slicing, the lingering of death until it dies. 
This song is both an introspective response to appeals to futility from those unwilling to act and a depiction of the looming collapse of systematic slaughter. We each have a part to play in how the world ends up and this song analyzes both sides of the blood-stained coin.”

To The Grave have announced their Epilogue Australian headline tour in August, and with dates already selling out in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, three extra show have been added. Check social media for updates.

To The Grave‘s objective has always been to create sonically and thematically heavy music, charged with a grim, confronting message. Featuring their entire self-released debut album Global Warning, plus seven new songs, Epilogue is a huge 19 tracks of intense brutality.

After releasing the No Lives Matter extended play and touring Australia relentlessly with the likes of Alpha Wolf, Justice For The Damned and GravemindTo The Grave put themselves firmly on the global metal map in 2019 with Global Warning. Closing 2019 as main support for Vulvodynia on their Australian run and opening a show for Cattle Decapitation elevated them further, earning them sold out headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney.

2021 is the year To The Grave take to the global stage. Be ready.

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