While SLAYER is currently on their farewell tour in Europe, hunderds of successors inspired by their spirit and trailblazing style of fast, heavy and aggressive thrash are spreading their wings and exploring their early career paths. One of them is London’s INHUMAN NATURE, who are joining us today with a new music video for their single “A Nuclear Frost”! Fresh off the release of their debut self-titled LP on Injustice Records and Brainwreck Productions, these fellas blend influences from a jumble of prominent bands, and their new offering serves a perfect answer in times when it’s not so easy to come across modern crossover albums that sound like they would’ve fit in perfectly in the late 80s / early 90s. INHUMAN NATURE’s constant barrage of neck-snapping riffs, vicious vocals and raw, organic, yet powerful sounding production make these guys instant winners among fans of this sound and those of you who are looking for a proper message behind ear-shredding riffs and goosebumps-inducing guitar squeaks.
The band commented:
“Eventually, this world is going to have to start over and learn from the mistakes of its past. The planet is dying, more and more animals are becoming extinct and people are more divided than ever.
I think ultimately this is a call out to global warming deniers everywhere, how much evidence do you need? The overlords are not listening to the people’s desperate cries!”
Shouts out to Injustice Records and Brainwreck Productions for all the support! Tom Cronin for directing and editing this video, check his band Road Mutant out now! Thank you to everyone that came out on our first tour last week, anyone that has picked up the album so far and banged their heads!
INHUMAN NATURE shows:
Saturday 8th June – The Dev, London (Record Release Show!)
Friday 28th June – Crowleys, Hastings
Friday 2nd August – Wagon & Horses, Birmingham
Saturday 17th August – Upsurge Fest, London
Thursday 22nd August – Poco Loco, Chatham
Saturday 7th September – Rough Trade, Nottingham
Saturday 19th October – Temple Of Boom, Leeds