Label: SharpTone Records
Loathe is an English heavy metal band from Liverpool, England. Formed in 2014, the group consists of lead vocalist Kadeem France, guitarist and second vocalist Erik Bickerstaffe, guitarist Connor Sweeney, drummer Sean Radcliffe and bassist Feisal El-Khazragi. They are signed to SharpTone Records and have released two EPs and one studio album. Now they have a brand new album out. It comes with a rather long album title: “I Let It In And It Took Everything”.
The brand new Loathe album “I Let It In And It Took Everything” lasts for about fifty minutes. The first couple songs are coming with mainly shouted vocals. But then sung vocals take turns with the shouted until clean vocals take over and add some width to the sound. Almost psychedelic. Loathe then returns to their main sound: heavy guitars and drums along with shouted vocals.
This brand new Loathe album is an interesting piece of music because it includes so much depth, noise and art. Loathe might not be a known name for all you metal fans out there but I suggest you check them out. The album sure has some potential to last on your playlist for quite some time. So go ahead and check out “I Let It In And It Took Everything”.
02. Aggressive Evolution
03. Broken Vision Rhythm
04. Two-Way Mirror
05. 451 Days
06. New Faces In The Dark
07. Red Room
09. Is It Really You?
11. Heavy Is The Head That Falls With The Weight Of A Thousand Thoughts
12. A Sad Cartoon
13. A Sad Cartoon (Reprise)
14. I Let It In And It Took Everything…