Listening to the brand new single from Pillars of a Twisted Metropolis has me feeling like I’m a castaway driving the waves of the limitless ocean expanse. That’s not a shock, as a result of “Subatomic Love” was recorded within the ocean waters off of Tofino, BC, in “an remoted floating studio.” So was the remainder of their sophomore album, Sentinel, which comes out October 14th through Debt Offensive Data — pre-order it right here. Because the gothic put up punk fuzz washes round me, I can really feel myself being buffeted by drums and pushed by bass to search out my approach again to shore. There’s one thing so uplifting about this monitor, despite the fact that it offers with heartbreak and longing, and I can see the way it matches into an album that additionally delves into genres like black metallic, loss of life metallic, and thrash. Don’t imagine me? Hearken to the opposite single off this document, “Winters Blood.” Proper now, immerse your self within the dreamy, desolate world of “Subatomic Love” under…
“Subatomic Love” speaks to discovering a connection in an more and more hostile world. The person you fall in love with will not be what they appear.
Johnny Stewart, Pillars of a Twisted Metropolis
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