Perth Metallers Release New Single, Breathing Concrete
New Album “Tomorrow Will Be Better?” Coming February 9

All This Filth, the dynamic and trailblazing music group known for their industrial tinged groove metal sound and impassioned lyrics, recently set the stage ablaze with the announcement of their signing with US record label Brutal Records for their much-anticipated new album titled “Tomorrow Will Be Better?”.After dropping the single “It’s Never Going To Be Ok” with the announcement, the Perth band have now revealed their next single along with a music video for the track “Breathing Concrete”.The video was shot by DarkSpiritPhotography (Voyager, Make Them Suffer)Watch Breathing Concrete here to it here album “Tomorrow Will Be Better?” will be released worldwide on February 9, 2024 via Brutal Records and is a testament to the band’s growth and experimentation, pushing boundaries towards new levels. Their unique blend of genres & influences coupled with soul-stirring lyrics promises an auditory experience that is both profound and thought-provoking.All This Filth recently hit the road in support of the album announcement with 3 shows in Victoria from November 24th-26th including an appearance at Killfest on November 25th.
The band officially launched the new single at Badlands Bar in Perth last week which marked one of the final shows at the venue before it closes down.On the theme of the album, Brendan states: “Thematically this album picks up right from where ‘Misery Season’ left off. I’ve survived Misery Season and all that comes with that but now what? Where do I go from here? How do I survive in this world that’s so cruel? How do I overcome the hell inside me as well as the hell outside that we humans have created for ourselves? It’s a fucked up world and I gotta work out how to get through.”Brendan adds: “There’s also some unfinished business on this album from ‘Misery Season’. The track ‘Skyline’ could’ve been on the last album but I’m glad it’s finally been realised on this album”.To the uninitiated, All This Filth are a Metal band from Perth, Western Australia. They blend many different Metal and heavy sub genres including Groove Metal, Thrash, Hardcore, Death Metal, Industrial Metal and even hints of Sludge and Nu-Metal to create a unique blend of aggressive fury. Strongly influenced by bands such as Fear Factory, Chimaira, Devildriver and Lamb Of God, the essence of what metal really means is expressed sonically through the crushing riffs, solid drums and ballsy bass, while being dynamically shaped with electronic keys and audio samples.All This Filth previously released the first single off the album “Still Bleeds My Heart” in late 2022 along with a music video which premiered on Heavy Magazine and has gained thousands of views and listens since it’s release. The band followed the release supporting Powerman 5000 in their hometown of Perth in Western Australia after which the track received a nomination for Western Australia Music Song Of The Year in the Heavy/Metal category.”Tomorrow Will Be Better?” was recorded from May 2021 to October 2022 at Sumo Studios in Perth, Western Australia. The album was produced by Tristan Sturmer, mixed by Daniel Thabet at Liquid Studios in Dorset, Vermont USA and mastered by Grammy award winning engineer Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Devildriver, Prong) at West West Side Music in New Windsor, New York USA. Album Artwork & Layout was handled by Kat Atkinson at Beautiful Chaos Art and Design.TRACKLIST “TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER?”
1. It’s Never Going To Be Ok
2. Dark Hearts, Dead Minds
3. Still Bleeds My Heart
4. Disconnect
5. No More Rain
6. Breathing Concrete
7. Exploitation
8. Waste My Life
9. Collapsing
10. Skyline
11. Tomorrow Will Be Better?
12. Less Misery (CD Only Bonus Track)
13. As I Drown (CD Only Bonus Track)”Tomorrow Will Be Better?” will be released worldwide on February 9th 2024 via Brutal Records and will be available on all digital streaming platforms, digital download and on CD & Vinyl.Pre-orders available at TOUR DATES
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