Track Premiere: Suffocater – ‘Left to Rot’

Salt Lake City metal hardcore trio Suffocater are sharing their new track, “Left to Rot,” and you can check it out right here at New Noise.

The band’s members all played in punk and folk projects in the past, but they united with Suffocater in their love and passion for heavy music. Suffocater describe their sound as “straightforward hardcore with brutal metal vocals,” taking influences from bands like Portrayal of Guilt, Eyehategod, and Genocide Pact.

Their second studio album is a fusion of hardcore, doom, and death metal and features nine original tracks.

Suffocater vocalist/guitarist Josh Recker talks more about the new track:

“This song is based on my love for true crime and the psychological torture involved. The sickening guilt that the person must face committing acts of a monster are the basis for the lyrics.”

Listen to “Left to Rot” here:

For more from Suffocater, find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Photo courtesy of Suffocater

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