Welcome to Thailand-based metalcore outfit, Annalynn!
Thailand-based metalcore outfit Annalynn are the latest signees to the Australian label, Greyscale Records, and the second international band to join the label after Paledusk.
The five-piece will accompany labelmates Make Them Suffer, Alpha Wolf, Paledusk, The Beautiful Monument and Saviour, to name a few.
Annalynn formed in Bangkok in 2003. The group have scored some pretty awesome support slots across Asia, including joining While She Sleeps in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan, and a well-earned support slot for pop-metal juggernauts Bring Me The Horizon.
They have also joined Hatebreed, Misery Signals, The Ghost Inside, For The Fallen Dreams and more on tours.
The quintet set their sights on international domination early on and gained recognition from metalcore heavyweights, collaborating with Jonathan Vigil of The Ghost Inside in 2015 on Dead Weight and Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake (JP) on Never Coming Down.
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In 2017, Chad Ruhlig of For The Fallen Dreams joined forces with Annalynn on Deceiver Believer before 2021's album A Conversation With Evil was released.
The record features both Masato Hayakawa of Coldrain (JP) on Damage Control, and Australia's own fiery frontman CJ McMahon of Thy Art Is Murder on their highest streamed track so far, Holy Gravity - check out the scorching track below.
With nearly two years between releases, Annalynn’s signing to Greyscale arrives at the perfect time: their most punishing music to date is coming.
Earlier this year, Greyscale Records signed Melbourne band Mélancolia, who released their newest single, Inure, through the label, and will release their debut album, HissThroughRottenTeeth on Friday, 21 April.