UNKIND: 'Kentoon Tapetut' Lyric Video Released
Finnish hardcore heroes UNKIND have premiered a lyric video for the song "Kentoon Tapetut" from their forthcoming album, "Pelon Juuret". The lyric video is entirely in Finnish and includes an English translation in the video description.
"Pelon Juuret" was recorded at the end of 2012 with producer Kari Nieminen at Noisecamp studios in Turku, Finland and will be released on CD/LP/digital via Relapse Records on July 9 in North America, July 8 in the U.K., and July 5 in Germany, Benelux, and Finland. According to a press release, the effort continues in the direction of the group's previous work, offering up a furious fusion of d-beat hardcore crossed with a highly creative touch of atmospherics —as if MOGWAI made a record of TRAGEDY covers or FROM ASHES RISE were influenced by EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY.
UNKIND has previously issued five full-length albums and a handful of vinyl-only releases.
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