Based on personal experiences, the track and video are a candid and vulnerable plea to anyone suffering from mental health problems associated with drug and alcohol dependency to overcome the stigma of asking for professional help.
Highly-rated post-hardcore quartet, MERRICK’S TUSK, draw from Thursday, Far, and the Deftones. The band will release their debut album, Between The Earth And The Trees, on 3rd May via Undead Collective. The band have just revealed a video for the track, Hold The Waves – https://youtu.be/8dJySo5St2Q
This song was written about a relative who moved on. Her house was the central meeting place for a large family so when that house and home disappeared it became hard to keep everything pulled together. It’s about accepting that that’s okay.
Joliette from Puebla, Mexico describe their music as "post-everything" with intricate compositions that bring together influences from post-hardcore, metal, math rock, and other subgenres of punk, in a way that balances fierceness with delicacy.