Here’s an incredible piece of death metal nihilism. Newly formed Sahhr have unleashed their new song, “Miscreant,” from their forthcoming self-titled EP. What’s really amazing about “Miscreant” is that it’s definitely black metal, but there are a lot of other things going on here, such as influences from thrash metal and groove metal. You just gotta check it out. Head on over to metalinsider.net to savor the blackness.
Written by vocalist Ryllyeh and guitarist Aarsoth, and recorded at Lot 54 Studio in Huntington Beach, California, by Dylan-James Ehren Brock (Ghost Of Abel, Skull And Bullets, Dowager, Intestinal Buffet), Sahhr combines all the primary rudiments of black metal, death metal, and metalcore into an infernal mix of unrepentant sonic torment fit for fervent devotees of Watain, 1349, Goatwhore, and Lamb Of God.
Comments frontman Ryllyeh of closing track, “Miscreant”:
The song is a perfect representation of our sound and encompasses all the twists and turns of our particular brand of black metal. The ‘Miscreant’ of which I speak represents all the bloodsucking pieces of human waste who have plagued this planet for centuries and who mistakenly believe that their ‘god’ can save them from themselves.
When you’re done bangin’ your head to “Miscreant,” watch the 30-second teaser for the band’s “Slay the Savior.”
Featuring past and current members of Skull And Bullets, Dowager, Scarecrow, and Unwritten Law,Sahhr formed earlier this year by singer/songwriter Ryllyeh. A veteran of the New York City punk and metal scenes since the early 1980s, Ryllyeh’s (aka, Joe Truck, also a world renowned tattoo artist) past musical endeavors include time spent in ’80s deathrock bands Scarecrow and Braineaters, the latter of which included ex-Samhain guitarist, Damien. He also plays bass and screams in doom heavyweights Dowager. Ryllyeh united with guitarist Aarsoth earlier this year and instantly began composing what would become the trio of tracks occupying the EP.
Sahhr will be released via Domestic Genocide Records on October 31, 2014. A host of special here.in Hell pre-order packages are currently available
Rock Hard \m/