The unhinged and devastating No Pity, No Sunrise debut album by Maryland grindcore cross-contaminators SLOTH HERDER sees release through Grimoire Records on March 24th, and as an early warning shot, Metal Injection is now streaming the entire album.
Metal Injection‘s praise should be all one needs to give this album a spin, the popular site issuing in part, “hit play below on our early stream of the band’s upcoming album, No Pity, No Sunrise, you’ll quickly see SLOTH HERDER is an impressive band with a one-of-a-kind sound. Caustic and dark is the name of the game here… No Pity, No Sunrise combines the best of early metalcore (think Coalesce, Converge, or Botch) with dissonance focused black metal elements, bits of hardcore and death metal, a smidgen of proggy sludge riffs similar to Mastodon, and loads of grind addled fury that makes for a dynamic clusterfuck of seething brilliance which defies easy categorization.”
Stream SLOTH HERDER‘s No Pity, No Sunrise early RIGHT HERE.
SLOTH HERDER‘s No Pity, No Sunrise presents a monstrous, fourteen-track attack in just over thirty-five minutes delivered by vocalist Josh Lyon, bassist Luke Ibach, drummer Sean Wilhide, and guitarist Nick Craggs, and additional sounds by Ryan Neal. An unhinged surge of extreme metal that will appeal to a wide range of acts, from Antigama to Pyrrhon, Yautja to Gaza. No Pity, No Sunrise was recorded by Noel Mueller in the Fall of 2016, who also mixed and mastered the album.
Grimoire Records will issue No Pity, No Sunrise on CD, cassette, and digital formats Friday, March 24th; preorders are available HERE.
SLOTH HERDER has booked an ask-a-punk-style house show for the official release show for their new slab of putridity, taking place in Baltimore on March 25th. The band will unveil additional new live plans in the coming days, along with more previews of No Pity, No Sunrise.