San Diego’s heavy-as-hell deathcore unit, Lord of War, released their latest album, Suffer, today via Unique Leader Records. If you’re not sure whether or not to pick this one up, get an earful in the player off to the left, and I’m sure that the heaviness will compel you.
If you’ve done as recommended, then you probably want the order information here.
Suffer was engineered and mixed by Daniel Castleman and Kelly Cairns (Killswitch Engage, As I Lay Dying, Carnifex, Winds of Plague, Molotov Solution) and mastered by Miah Lajeunesse (Whitechapel, Aegaeon).
Guitarist/vocalist Alexx Walshaw commented on the album:
With Suffer, we wanted to make music that we loved hearing from our past influences, that sadly, wasn’t being played much anymore. It seemed as though a lot of bands just weren’t playing raw, heavy music anymore. Certainly nothing that was memorable or catchy enough to take home from watching bands at shows. We said, ‘fuck that,’ and set out to get back to making heavy music that was also catchy, while leaving room for the more modern stuff. Our goal was to make something that, no matter who you were, where you came from, or what you liked, we had something for you. I think we did pretty well in achieving that and hopefully everyone will find something that they enjoy about Suffer. Thank you so much for everyone who has been on this journey with us. It means the world to us and we can’t wait to share this with you all!
Rock Hard \m/