Returning after a three-year absence Voices bring their signature avant-garde x extreme metal sound into a new dimension.

Their new album Breaking The Trauma Bond, the band’s most ambitious release to date, moves throughout multiple sonic soundscapes.

Voices are a collective of London nightcrawlers, since 2014, navigating the city streets and articulating urban anxieties through expressive, uncompromising music. Taking influence from the architecture of London, both literally and figuratively, the music reflects this diversity be it through harsh tangents, unscalable depth or sculpted beauty.

As Voices continue their indomitable legacy, delivering another taste of their forthcoming album set for a November 26th release via Church Road Records Following on from the title track’s worldwide premiere at Metal Injection yesterday the title track is now available to all.

 

The band’s first single Beckoning Shadows brought the band’s affinity for Death Metal rhythms and the malevolent atmosphere of Black Metal to the foreground whereas Breaking The Trauma Bond looks toward the more Avant-Garde nature of their sound with dissonant piano, electronic flourishes amid nimble drumming.

Talking about the new album the band explain “Breaking The Trauma Bond is our journey through the dark corners of the subconscious and turbulent relationship with the inner self, the critical voice and the drama triangle. Breaking the trauma bond is an exploration of a fractured self. We felt it best reflects the complex feelings, struggles and turmoil many could see within themselves via the vehicle of trauma. No matter how hard some try to hide it, this sense hangs heavy in the atmosphere surrounding them. Taking influence from the Mystery Man in Lynch’s Lost Highway the song creeps and lingers in the background before presenting itself in an unforgettable manner. Break your bond.”

Prior to their sold-out show at The Black Heart in London, the band also unveiled their standalone single An Audience of Mannequins of which all proceeds were donated to Dementia UK.

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