Brooklyn, NY based hardcore band, GO DEEP, have teamed with Revolver Magazine to premiere their outlandish new music video for “Palms” one of the stand out tracks from their debut full length, Influence, out now via 6131 Records. Watch it below!
Always aiming subvert expectations, Go Deep leave behind typical hardcore posturing behind, instead opting for the weird and challenging. In case of their new music video, that calls for rat costumes and a trip to a New York sewer. Created in true DIY fashion, with an army of friends and a shoestring budget, the rowdy video perfectly compliments the unique blast of hardcore fury that is “Palms.”
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When trying to describe NYC-based hardcore band, Go Deep, there is one word that comes to mind over and over again: intense. For Go Deep there are no half-measures, there is no compromising, there is no middle ground or mediocrity.
The band’s upcoming debut full length, Influence, is a testament to that sheer force of will. The album’s eleven tracks are a formidable collection of vicious and distinct hardcore, breathing new life into the genre’s tropes. From massive floor-tom-driven stompers to brooding build-ups, each track has a unique identity, drawn together by vocalist Kris Kneale’s vitriolic lyrics and uniquely infectious yet aggressive vocal cadences.
Influence is an achievement by nature of its very existence, an unyielding display of Go Deep’s determination distilled into sonic form. It’s an album that is undeniably hardcore but reshaped into something more; something more distinct, more powerful, and above all, more intense.