New Noise Magazine is pleased to bring you the exclusive song premiere of Sacrilegious Pain” by Swedish trashy hardcore band Lowest Creature

Following up to their highly acclaimed Misery Unfolds 7” (Isolation debut in 2018), the band are hitting out with their debut full length, Sacrilegious Pain which will be released in May 2019 via Isolation Records.  They have taken this opportunity to fully showcase their signature blend of hardcore influenced by the Swedish metal sound. Lowest Creature have delivered a monster effort, standing tall in their dark and cold Nordic homeland which so clearly influences their sound and lyrics – the cold winters tearing through their riffs like a knife to the bone and the harsh raw scenes painted in songs such as Let The Darkness Swallow Me Whole and Grave Digging leaving you in a petrified state. Recorded at Ljudkross Studio in Umeå, Sweden, this has perfectly captured everything the band is about. Mastered by Joel Grind from Toxic Holocaust (Sunn O))), Integrity, Mammoth Grinder, Midnight & more) in Oregon, USA, this metal master has truly unified the sound.

With their debut album now fully written and recorded, Lowest Creature are now looking to bring their thundering beats and thrusting axes on stage. Beginning with Northcote Festival (Netherlands) in March 2019 (w/ Brutality Will Prevail, Malevolence & more) and following this up with a 3 week EU/UK tour scheduled for May/June 2019. You can expect to hear an onslaught of riffs and witness no holds barred aggressive flying hair action, as previously seen on stage with Twitching Tongues, Disgrace, Rival Mob, Millencolin, Power Trip, Tragedy & more.

Sacrilegious Pain will be out May 2019 via Isolation Records with physical releases to consist of an Isolation Records exclusive pressing limited to 200 copies (Evil Greed & Deathwish Inc. only), with a distribution / tour pressing limited to 300 copies worldwide and a CD digipak. The first single and title track is now premiering via New Nosie Magazine in the US.

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