Idaho hardcore band OUTLET have posted the full stream of their still fresh, uncompromising follow up to 2009 EP, Broken is the Man; Vital Are the Missing Parts. “Memento Mori” and its monstrous guitar work has created a crushing offering that will delight fans of finest, well-thought metallic hardcore.
Conjured, built, and tempered in the pummeling waters of Idaho Falls, Outlet is a quintet that performs a unique blend of brute metallic hardcore, bathed in disparity matched by none. After the well-received Broken is the Man; Vital Are the Missing Parts EP in 2009, the band has been lying low, conspiring, slowly cultivating their most ambitious and incendiary effort yet.
The forthcoming ‘Memento Mori’ is a testament to the complexities of the human psyche and a tribute to the futility of existence. Six tracks of relentless escalating riffs coupled with ton-sized breaks that split ground upon impact, crushing any relief in sight, spanning over a half hour, coming to you via Glory Kid Ltd this September in digital and limited cassette formats.
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Six tracks of slow, relentless marching riffs that consistently build and build upon each other, coupled with metric ton scaled breaks that split ground upon impact, crushing any relief in sight. All spanning over a half hour. / New Noise Magazine