Following the monumental success of their last album, "Look At Yourself", and countless tours over the last several years, metallic hardcore juggernauts EMMURE have recently wrapped up the recording of their highly anticipated, eighth studio album that's due out in 2020 from SharpTone Records. Today, the band has unveiled the first taste of what's to come with a brand-new single titled "Pigs Ear".
Watch the visualizer for "Pigs Ear" below.
Vocalist Frankie Palmeri states about the new song: "Hindsight is 2020."
Summoning the most brutal barebones, punishing metallic hardcore with some of the catchiest nu-metal inspired Active Rock rhythm around, EMMURE makes its awaited return with no feigned sophistication, no phoned-in sloganeering, and no calculated drama. Leaving the gossip and the rumor mill in the past, Palmeri, along with guitarist Josh Travis and drummer Josh Miller, has emerged from the studio with a new LP.
Fans can catch EMMURE on tour in November and December with AS I LAY DYING and AFTER THE BURIAL.
EMMURE's latest album, "Look At Yourself", which was released in March 2017. The follow-up to the 2014's "Eternal Enemies" marked EMMURE's first release with SharpTone Records.
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