TALLAH UNLEASHES NEW SINGLE, “RED LIGHT”
NEW ALBUM, MATRIPHAGY, OUT OCT 2ND
VIA EARACHE RECORDS
Nu-core juggernaut TALLAH has released their third single, “Red Light,” today ahead of their highly anticipated debut album, Matriphagy, that’s due out October 2nd from Earache Records. Premiered yesterday at MetalInjection.net, “Red Light,” is a massively heavy track that further demonstrates the band’s unique ability to put a savage, contemporary twist on classic nu-core metal. Watch the madness unfold in their new music video below.
WATCH THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “RED LIGHT”:
Vocalist Justin Bonitz states:
“’Red Light’ is sheer chaos. It is a madman rambling. Unlike some of the other songs on Matriphagy, the concept behind ‘Red Light’ is very much obscured in a delirious fog. The story is there, the themes are there, but everything is jumbled together by the character’s stream of consciousness, guilt, and wild emotions. Between the angry, driving drums, odd time signatures, operatic vocals, rapping, villainous theatrics, and chunky guitar/bass, the message almost gets lost. The overall point of the song is, ‘It’s time to stop.’ Whether it be a toxic thought pattern, delusion, addiction, depression, insecurity, trying to control each other, whatever, the theme of the song is, ‘It’s time to stop.’ Stop getting distracted by yourself and all the little, screwed up issues you have, and look at the big picture. Your house was built on quicksand, and you are going under.”
More from Matriphagy:
“We, The Sad” Official Music Video – https://youtu.be/D-IG09dfVvY
“We, The Sad” Vocal Video – https://youtu.be/98GjbgC4E1w
“The Silo” Official Music Video – https://youtu.be/uPJKPbUBhYo
“The Silo” Vocal Video – https://youtu.be/yFQJNC_s9w4
Best described as ‘nu-core’, a genre painted with throwback elements to 2000s-era nu-metal but with a more modern, hardcore energy, Tallah shares a passion for playing intense, angry, loud, and heavy music.
Relying on the spirit of innovative metal realised through panicked guitar screams treated with industrial elements and distortion, Tallah’s screaming vocals mix with melodic choruses and driving bass guitar with deep and dirty tones, syncing up effortlessly with the thunderous bellow of drums and the screeching ping of the snare. With a ferociously energetic and depraved live performance that saw Justin Bonitz arrested in 2019, Tallah are about to make a bold statement of intent with their forthcoming antics, starting now.
Justin Bonitz – Vocals
Max Portnoy – Drums
Derrick Schneider – Guitar
Andrew Cooper – Bass