Dutch grindcore unit Suffering Quota share video for new track ‘Out’
Dutch grindcore unit Suffering Quota shared a music video for a brand-new track off their third album, “Collide”, due out on May 26th via Lower Class Kids Records, 7Degrees Records, and Tartarus Records.
The video for “Out” was created by Jordi van Putten and is now playing at Decibel Magazine, who commented
“Collide features all the things we love about the ol’ Quota boys, namely Discordance Axis riffs combined with crust energy and organic production, as well as some fierce socio-political lyrics to boot.”
First advance track “Rights” is still playing at this location.
After gaining recognition for their previous albums and EPs, Suffering Quota further solidified their place in the scene with their split release alongside Psychoneurosis and Herida Profunda in 2019, showcasing their fiercely unique sound and intense energy. Now, in 2023, the Groningen grindcore unit returns with their highly-anticipated third full-length album, set to elevate their campaign of terror to new heights.
With their signature blend of grindcore, death metal, crust, and hardcore, dosed in various quantities, the band is poised to deliver yet another explosive offering on this new album. “Collide” builds further on the foundations laid down on their previous album, “Life In Disgust” and is a multifaceted sequel that ties the thread together whilst continuously looking forward. Both are recorded live at the Soundlodge Studio and have artwork created by painter and friend Wokkel. Musically, it continues the subversion of genres through gleeful experimentation switching up rhythms, toying with dynamics, texture and track length. Pre-orders are now available here.
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