Slaves to The Grind

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Following the success of their debut album “Reign Of Suffering”, UK hardcore-metal mob MALEVOLENCE return with the video for new track “Slave To Satisfaction”, the first single to be taken from the band’s highly anticipated follow-up album, “Self Supremacy”.

“We are very excited to be making our return this spring with our follow up album; SELF SUPREMACY,” says frontman Alex Taylor. “We’re picking up where our previous effort left off; same unique brand of intelligent guitar work, crushing mosh parts and soulful, anger drenched vocals but now with the unmistakable maturity of a band that has spent years honing their craft. We’re very excited to be working very closely with our friends in Germany’s boutique BDHW records. The boys are back and we’re not playing games.”

Check out the artwork and track listing for “Self Supremacy” below:

Track listing:

1. Self Supremacy
2. Trial By Fire
3. Severed Ties ft. Andrew – Comeback Kid
4. Wasted Breath ft. Kevin – The Merciless Concept
5. Body Count
6. 4am On West St
7. Slave To Satisfaction
8. Spineless
9. True Colours
10. Outnumbered
11. Low Life

Preorders are available at the following links:
http://smarturl.it/malev_preorder
http://smarturl.it/malev_itunes

In late 2013 Malevolence broke onto the scene with the release of their debut album “Reign Of Suffering”; capturing the attention of the underground with their brutal and eclectic mix of styles from across the metal and hardcore spectrum. The Sheffield five-piece soon received critical acclaim from alternative publications around the globe, landing them airplay on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with some proclaiming the record as a modern classic.

Malevolence quickly generated a reputation for their infamous live shows, known for provoking (friendly) violence and insanity across the European club circuit. Their skilfully executed & diverse blend of influences allowed them to transcend the confines of their genre and gave them the versatility to perform within a number of different scenes. Malevolence has successfully completed contrasting support tours with bands ranging from Dying Fetus to Comeback Kid and even mammoth events such as the UK’s Download Festival; all without ever compromising the integrity the band was founded upon.

Malevolence are set for a huge 2017 with extensive touring plans and the release of their new album through Germany’s boutique BDHW records.

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