“Thank you all for listening & helping to achieve this milestone.”
Ghost Of Me is one of the band's best songs to date.
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Watch SPIRITBOX's Courtney LaPlante kill 'Contraband' live.
Spiritbox’s set tonight is a one-hour and fifteen-minute celebration of new-school heavy music.
With special guests Fit For An Autopsy (USA) and Ocean Sleeper.
"I feel like the shittiest member, and I have to work so hard to live up to how good they are. And that's a great place to be."
"We’ve adopted a new element into our sound along with the inclusion of a new member; Alex. This song marks a new chapter and the next step forward for the band and the sonic shift in 'Doomswitch' really drives that home."
In honour of International Women’s Day falling the same week as The Faction’s ‘Hardest 100’ countdown, let’s take a moment to shine a light on all the women who graced our countdown this year. 17 songs from our 100 had a female presence. For the first time ever, our number one track had not one, but TWO female vocalists. Let’s break it down & celebrate these women by starting from number 100 & working our way up to number 1!
Make Them Suffer's 'Contraband feat. Courtney LaPlante' was the people's choice for favourite heavy track of 2021! Voting took place at hardest100.com.au and over 60k votes streamed in over just 3 weeks!
How to survive a breakdown.
Seriously, how good is piano in heavy music?
Man, it really has been a big year for Perth’s Make Them Suffer, hasn't it?
Make Them Suffer are currently touring the country alongside Parkway Drive, to inject some heavy music back into regional Australia to help combat the prevalence of the hippie and the indie music scenes that riddle the outer city regions. (It's actually not as epic or as malevolent as I make it out to be. I just thought that all sounded cool). More recently they released the rather solid 'Ether', their latest single. And it's created some debate amongst the fanbase about the band's sound. So I got in contact with Sean Harmanis, vocalist of Make Them Suffer, to chat about the new song, the fans reaction to it, his interest in anime (cause why not), and the scary, near-death experiences that you sometimes get out on the road.
As one of the most interesting artists in recent Australian metal, Make Them Suffer have found sustained success since their breakout debut album; 2012’s Neverbloom. Their upcoming release 'Old Souls' is a strong leap forward for the Perth natives, and Killyourstereo.com had the opportunity to interview frontman Sean Harmanis about the album.
Fuck metal elitism, and listen to Make Them Suffer.
Heavy offering from Perth upstarts.