TRUTH CORRODED Brings On "The Storm" In New Song
Truth Corroded's new album Bloodlands is all fury and speed. If you weren't aware, look no further than their track "The Storm" alongside a brand new lyric video created by the bands singer Jason North.
"'The Storm' is the last song that I wrote for Bloodlands," guitarist Trent Simpson. "At this stage of the writing process, I was determined to not write a song that was a clone of one already written, I wanted a song that was its own beast, but one that would still run with the herd. ‘The Storm’ covers a lot of what I listen too – Keep of Kalessin, Malevolent Creation, all the way through to Triptykon. It also features quite possibly my favourite solo on the album thanks to the talented Corey Davis and by far the simplest but one of the most hook laden riffs on the album – you could say it’s a storm of riffs haha"
The song also features a guest appearance by solo artist Rebecca Pengelley, whose voice can be heard throughout the choruses.
"Our singer Jason wanted to capture a lot of contrast in the song as it is one of the more dynamic on the album," bassist and lyricist Greg Shaw. "He proposed the idea to me and I knew Rebecca as a friend and that she was a great singer. We told her what we were after and she nailed it perfectly."
Bloodlands was recorded in Australia and mixed and mastered by Chris 'Zeuss' Harris (Hatebreed, Soulfly), and features guest appearances by icons such as Terrance Hobbs (Suffocation), Steph Carpenter (Deftones), Mark Kloepel (Misery Index), Ryan Knight (The Black Dahlia Murder), and Corey Davis (Dyssidia, Freedom of Fear).
Buy Bloodlands here.