Enlarge Every bit as heavy and angry as Vince Neil after falling off a stage.

Genocide Pact Debut Flesh-Purging New Song

  • Axl Rosenberg

When everything finally goes to complete and total shit and the Second American Civil War begins, I hope my side gets to use Genocide Pact’s new song, “Purged Flesh,” as the music to which we march onto the battlefield.

For one thing, it’s just a great marching song.

For another thing, I would definitely be killed in this scenario, and I wanna go out listening to something as heavy and full of rage as Vince Neil after falling off a stage (too soon?).

Comments vocalist/guitarist Tim Mullaney of the track:

“This was the first song to materialize for this record. It was kind of a mashup of two ideas — one being a heavy, standard verse chorus rock and roll ass beater and the other being psychedelic but in a negative way. I guess my idea was to have it sound like Jimi Hendrix if he hated everything and had a horrible attitude. Lyrically, this song deals with getting dealt a shitty hand in life and trying to self-medicate and eventually realizing that you are running away from your problems on a treadmill and getting nowhere.”

Listen to “Purged Flesh” below. It will appear on Genocide Pact’s self-titled album, which is out December 3 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders are available here.

[via Decibel]

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