Metallic Hardcore heavyweights VIOLENT LIFE VIOLENT DEATH, in collaboration with No Echo, have premiered the a lyric video for “Light Behind,” the second single from forthcoming album Break.Burn.End. Check it out at the link below!
VIOLENT LIFE VIOLENT DEATH have reached a new level of intensity on their most assaultive release yet with Break.Burn.End, which will be released September 15 on CD, vinyl, and digital formats via Innerstrength Records.
Sometimes violence is the answer. Break.Burn.End drives that point home with unparalleled lethality. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
FFO: Hatebreed, Every Time I Die, Zao, A Life Once Lost, Ringworm
“A molotov cocktail of metallic hardcore with venemous vocals over brass knuckle guitars and firing squad drums, like the sound of someone trying to tear your head off by the hair.”
– Metal Sucks
1. Weapon of Pain
2. The Snapping of Teeth
3. Deceit Welcomed by Blind Grace
4. Devastation on the Tip of the Tongue
5. The Light Behind
6. Break. Burn. End.
7. Saying Your Name is to Choke on Ash
8. Maintain the Quiet
9. Heaven so Far Away
10. Come Armageddon
Music by Joseph Benham
Lyrics by Scott Cowan
Mixed and Mastered by Kyle Dameron at Rareform Recordings
Album Art by Mark De Gruchy
Photography by Justin Driscoll
Vocals – Scott Cowan
Guitar – Joseph Benham
Guitar – Daniel Knight
Bass – Justin Campbell
Drums – David Holquin
Violent Life Violent Death from Charlotte, NC broke out on the scene in mid-2016 from the ashes of Deception of A Ghost and A Stained Glass Romance, offering a blend of hardcore and metal, viciously summoning influences reminiscent of Zao, with an in-your-face, chaotic, Every Time I Die-like edge. The band released V-EP (2016) that Lambgoat dubbed “a formidable debut,” and Come, Heavy Breath (2018) that MetalSucks describes as “a Molotov cocktail of metallic hardcore.”
Two EPs followed: Sadness Rains (2019) and The Color of Bone (2020).
The title track from Sadness Rains has racked up just under 1,000,000 plays on Spotify. The Color Of Bone demonstrated a continued evolution of the band as they further hone their craft, while still maintaining their unique sound. The Color Of Bone offered up heavy, vicious, metallic hardcore for lovers of Zao, Ringworm, and that h8000 sound.