Make Them Suffer Premiere New Track “Old Souls”
Perth metallers Make Them Suffer have dropped their long-awaited second album today, and before you treat your ears to it, you can give them an early taste of what’s to come with the new video for the album’s title track, “Old Souls”.
Since their acclaimed debut Neverbloom landed back in 2012, Make Them Suffer have been logging some serious road miles abroad, touring with the likes of Northlane, Bleeding Through and Thy Art Is Murder across Australia, Europe and the UK. With the involvement of producers Jason Suecoff (The Black Dahlia Murder, Trivium), Joey Sturgis (Emmure, Asking Alexandria) and Forrester Savell (Karnivool, Dead Letter Circus) among others, Old Souls sees the band exploring new sonic territory whilst still delivering the vicious metallic attack on the senses that fans first fell in love with.
The band will be launching their new album with a nationwide June tour alongside Brits Black Tongue and Melbourne’s I, Valiance, and you can pick up a copy of BLUNT #138 now to read our interview with bassist Chris Arias-Real on how Old Souls came together.
Old Souls is out now through Roadrunner/Warner.
Old Souls Merch Bundles.
Make Them Suffer / Black Tongue / I, Valiance Tour Dates
Fri Jun 12th – Fowlers Live, Adelaide (AA)
with Briarcliff and Disaster Path
Sat Jun 13th – Gasometer, Melbourne (18+)
with Jack The Stripper and Hands Of Hope
Sun Jun 14th – Gasometer, Melbourne (AA)
with Imprisoned and Earthender
Wed Jun 17th – Magpies Club, Canberra (AA)
with Failure and Inhuman Remnants
Thu Jun 18th – The Bald Faced Stag, Sydney (18+)
with Devastator and Semper Fi
Fri Jun 19th – Hombre Records, Newcastle (AA)
with The Sign Of Four and Semper Fi
Sat Jun 20th – Crowbar, Brisbane (18+)
with The Brave
Sun Jun 21st – The Lab, Brisbane (AA)
with A Night In Texas, I Shall Devour and Tomb Of Doom
Thu Jun 25th – Prince Of Wales, Bunbury (18+)
with I Am Zero and Impaler
Fri Jun 26th – Capitol, Perth (18+)
with I Am Zero and Daybreak
Sat Jun 27th – HQ, Perth (AA)
with Iconoclast and Daybreak