Taken from “The Simulation”, Born of Osiris have released a music video for “Cycles of Tragedy”. The album is out now via Sumerian Records and will see the band out for a US run with Deathcore heavyweights Chelsea Grin, Australian talent Make Them Suffer and one other special guest in February and March.
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Also from the “Rareform Across The Continent Tour” in Toronto Ontario Canada, here’s a full set from Make Them Suffer on 8th October. The Perth Australia quintet released single “27” in July via Roadrunner Records. Pro-Shot in High Definition without a doubt.
Yesterday Hard Core dropped a list of their Top 10 Metalcore bands, which you can watch here But, while it’s a decent list and the likes of Ice Nine Kills, While She Sleeps and Architects are deserving of a mention, there are some glairing admissions. So here are 5 of our own from the current
About to embark on a tour of Australia and New Zealand with Silent Planet, Oceans Ate Alaska and Thornhill, Make Them Suffer have dropped a new single entitled “27”. “Worlds Apart”, the third full-length studio album by the Australian metalcore crew, dropped last summer.
Perth, Western Australian Metalcore crew Make Them Suffer were a no-brainer to appear at this years UNIFY Festival, their stunningly good 3rd album “Worlds Apart” out now via Rise Records has turned a lot of heads and earned some critical acclaim of late. Here’s pro-shot footage of them performing “Blood Moon” at arguably Australia’s finest festival.
Make Them Suffer have released a music video for “Save Yourself” from their current album “Worlds Apart”, which is out now via Rise Records. The Perth, Australian Metallers have a huge North American Tour lined up this summer with Enterprise Earth and Spite.
Make Them Suffer‘s “Worlds Apart Tour” will take in the following UK dates with Novelists and Cursed Earth 23.10 – London, Boston Music Rooms 24.10 – Manchester, Rebellion 26.10 – Glasgow, The Garage Attic 27.10 – Leeds, Key Club 28.10 – Brighton, Sticky Mike’s 29.10 – Bristol, The Fleece 30.10 – Nottingham, Rock City