Swedish mathcore/grind outfit God Mother have premiered their new track “Tar Mirror” via Decibel. The song is off of their upcoming album, Vilseledd and features two-and-a-half minutes of blistering sludge- and hardcore-infused grind, as well as a guest appearance from Rotten Sound vocalist Keijo Niinimaa. Check it out after the break.
God Mother deliver 30 minutes of unpredictable, vitriolic chaos on their new, Dillinger Escape Plan-approved full-length recording, Vilseledd.
This Swedish outfit’s sound a violent collision between elements of mathcore, grind and hardcore, resulting in a truly spastic and battering brand of metallic madness. Whether the band chooses a more angular approach à la Botch, or opts for disemboweling grind in the vein of Nasum, there is always a sense of volatility and freneticism with their songs. A God Mother track might begin one way, but it is not guaranteed to end the same way.
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Stockholm mathcore/grind outfit God Mother have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album. The record, which follows 2015’s Maktbehov, will be titled Vilseledd and will be released on September 29 via Party Smasher, Inc. Label founder and The Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist Ben Weinman said this of the band:
“After 20 years of touring the world and playing thousands of shows with thousands of bands, it is hard to impress me. But Sweden has done it again. God Mother is an undeniable force majeure that demands attention like bands did in the old days, by just being that fucking good. Torch, officially passed!”