A vital message courtesy of Slaughter To Prevail.
Slaughter To Prevail have released a new track, their first since their full-length ‘KOSTOLOM’ last year.
And it is some of the most vital messaging they have ever committed to tape.
It’s called ‘1984’, a reference to the iconic George Orwell novel of the same name, and focuses on the events taking place in the band’s home country of Russia.
It is a brave, bold and bludgeoning piece of extreme music that doesn’t mince its words in its plea to end the suffering and bloodshed.
It also focuses on the dystopian aspects of silencing those trying to speak up against what is happening right here and right now.
You can check out the track below:
We spoke to the band around the release of ‘KOSTOLOM’, which you can check out HERE
And here is ‘Baba Yaga’: