Florida-based brutal hardcore outfit LOYAL UNTIL DEATH is preparing for the July release of their ruthless new LP, Remain Defiant, through 1732 Records, this week unleashing an official lyric video for the album's "What Never Dies" through an exclusive premiere at Decibel Magazine.
Fans of Terror, Crucified, Hatebreed, and other top-tier metallic hardcore acts will not hesitate to dive headfirst into the brutal grooves and antagonistic delivery of "What Never Dies," as LOYAL UNTIL DEATH comes swinging with lines like, "Broward County: dropping the hammer down on you motherfuckers."
Decibel issues with the video premiere, "There must be something in the Florida water. The state is home to a slew of recent hardcore bands putting out unapologetically heavy and aggressive albums (Gouge Away, Bind, Blistered, to name a few). Enter LOYAL UNTIL DEATH, who bring a dose of negativity and reality with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. Listen to new song 'What Never Dies' to get a taste of the trio's new album Remain Defiant, a whirlwind of dual-vocal led hardcore punk that slows to a groovy breakdown that's sure to incite chaos in the mosh pit."
See LOYAL UNTIL DEATH's "What Never Dies" video at Decibel RIGHT HERE.
Remain Defiant is set for release on colored vinyl LP, CD, and digital platforms on July 7th through 1732 Records, the label run by guitarist/vocalist Nakia Romero. Find preorder bundles at Bandcamp HERE, BigCartel HERE, and iTunes HERE.
LOYAL UNTIL DEATH delivers the follow-up to their first full-length, Born Of Violence, and once again slaps the world a huge dose of reality. With punishing guitar riffs, merciless lyrics, multiple vocal deliveries, and drums that march to machine gun fire, Remain Defiant is a war cry heard by the Gods, an album created as a big middle finger to the music scene, to society... to the world. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Iceman Studios in Royal Palm Beach with maestro Daniel Columbo (Old Habits, Ether, Incited, Cinderblock, Bishop) at the helm, who captured the sound the band was looking for; gut-wrenching guitar tones, earth shattering drums. It was the missing link to take the band's sound to the next level. Completing the album is artwork by Eliran Kantor.