New Video For First Single “Fall” Streaming Exclusively via Metal Sucks
An overall mesmerizing sound—melodic, heavy, urgent, atmospheric, and beautiful… Brooklyn, NY’s Disparager have staked their claim on aggressive music, taking whatever familiarity was established in the 90s, 00s, and 2010s and completely flipping you on your ass.
The band is set to release their new album “Existential Dread” independently on May 3rd. The album is available for pre-order HERE.
Today a video for the first single from the album “Fall,” is streaming exclusively over at Metal Sucks. Watch the video HERE.
Produced by Jay Maas (Defeater, Bane, H2O, Counterparts) and mastered by Mike Kalajian (Machine Head, Saosin, Moving Mountains), their new LP Existential Dread is a vortex of raw human emotion. The music channels sorrow, anguish, and punishing sadness and somehow brings you back to the calm white light and makes the entire experience beautiful.
“For the sake of speaking my mind almost selfishly,” vocalist Christopher AhKao explains, “I want this record, the push that we do, the touring, and the music–especially the integrity of the music–to inspire this Brooklyn scene ‘thing’ that we are a part of to write better fucking records. I want them to hear “Existential Dread” and go ‘Holy fucking shit… we need to write better records because Disparager did something special and made such a damn good record.’ As selfishly as I breathe air, that is what I want out of this—better fucking art.”
In support and in advance of the release Disparager will hit the road this month. Find a complete list of dates below.
“Existential Dread” Tracklisting:
2. Promise (I’ve Already Surrendered)
3. Couldn’t Tie You Down
4. Existential Dread
5. Bring Me To Bellevue
8. Never Alone
9. Spiders Across the Stars
10. The Time Will Come For All of Us
2/25: New York, NY @ Nurse Bettie (Video Release Party)
2/27: Long Branch, NJ @ Brighton Bar
2/28: Winooski, VT @ Gloom Garden w/ Ghastly Sound
3/1: Montclair, NJ @ Meatlocker
3/2: Potsdam, NY @ VFW
3/3: New Hampton, NY @ Dojo Dungeon
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