Godeater Deliver Tasty Riffs Fueled By Climate Change
Fun fact for you: did you know that if 30% of every burger was replaced with mushrooms it would be like taking 2.3 million cars off the road? While I’m not necessarily ready to give up meat entirely and jump on the vegan bandwagon just yet, I do believe that changes are needed in the way our society consumes meat and animals are treated.
Godeater, a new technical death metal band hailing from Scotland, are spreading messages about social causes such as veganism and fighting for climate change while bludgeoning listeners with high-caliber riffs. While their message might not resonate with everyone, it’s sure to connect with at least some folks. Besides, what’s more metal than singing about the slow and painful end of the world brought upon by climate change or the unfair treatment of animals?
The band has just released a music video for the track “Silent Spring” which comes off their upcoming debut LP titled All Flesh is Grass. The video flashes images of the destruction we’ve brought upon the world such as smokestacks, plastic in the oceans, car emissions, melting icebergs, and the list goes on.
If you like what you hear, you can pre-order Godeater’s upcoming album here, and if you live in the U.K. you can catch them on tour at the dates below the embed.
16/08 – EBGBs, Liverpool
17/08 – Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
18/08 – Underground, Stoke
14.10 London New Cross Inn
15.10 Birmingham Wagon & Horses
16.10 Manchester Star & Garter
17.10 Dundee Beat Generator
18.10 Glasgow Classic Grand
19.10 Bradford Nightrain
20.10 Bournemouth The Anvil
21.10 Brighton The Pipeline