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TALLAH Continues to Revive Nü-Metal With "Placenta"

If you're a fan of chunky nü-metal riffs with stuff akin to Code Orange, Vein, and Candy, then you're going to dig this.

Tallah, the band featuring Mike Portnoy's son drummer Max Portnoy and vocalist and YouTube sensation Justin Bonitz, will release their new album Matriphagy on October 2. If you're a fan of super chunky nü-metal riffs with some parts akin to modern metal titans like Code Orange, Vein, and Candy, then you're going to dig Tallah's new song "Placenta".

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"Too many people fit themselves into the mold," said Bonitz. "Heck, there are people who think they are being ‘unique’, but in reality, that ‘uniqueness’ is just another mold, part of another small community, and I am sick of the pride and delusion.

"I am tired of seeing people give in to the desires and comforts of others. It is time to cut the fucking cord and be your own person with your own beliefs, own goals, own dreams!"

Pre-order Matriphagy here.

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"The Generation of Danger never sounds dated. Tallah are playing with the energy of ten bands and winning fans over with sheer demented abandon."