ten56. release new single, video and announce debut EP

By September 13, 2021 Culture, News

New death / industrial / all-round brutal metal band ten56. fronted by Aaron Matts (ex Betraying the Martyrs) have unveiled their third single / video ‘Sick Dog’ and announced the release of debut EP Downer Part. 1 on 25th November via Out Of Line Music.

Vocalist Aaron Matts comments about the band’s debut EP and the decision to couple this new track with the announcement: “It was definitely a conscious decision to unravel and release the three singles in this order, just to show people that we’re not a one-trick pony.”

He adds: “It’s honestly been the most enjoyable time I’ve personally had when writing and recording music. Downer Part.1 is a six-track, and it’s supposed to sound bloody horrible!”

The EP “Downer Part.1” offers an insight of what’s to follow from ten56. and proves that producing a steady flow of tracks represents the band at that moment, rather than sitting on a twelve-track for a couple of years. Plus “I have absolutely no patience generally speaking,” Aaron laughs.

ten56. deliver a new level of uncomfortably heavy on their EP Downer Part.1 and unleash their gut-wrenching sound in six tracks that are sure to leave listeners in a state of despair. This is filth like you’ve never heard before.

On the formation of ten56. and upcoming plans, Aaron stated: “We’ve been working on this silently for over a year and have a lot of surprises all backed up and ready to go; I can confidently say that no matter what people’s first impressions of our first single may be, they should not be hasty to form an opinion until they have heard the whole upcoming record, each single is going to be a shock to the system, that I am sure of! As for the guys in the band, it’s been a help being in the game for over ten years, it started with Arnaud, then together we hand-picked from our close friends who we knew would be the perfect fit, and f*ck me we lucked out, everyone is so sick.” ten56. is fronted by Aaron Matts with members of Novelists FRKadinja, and Uneven Structure.

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