Deathcore supergroup PROJECT: VENGEANCE: Hear crushing new song "Vessel" | Revolver

Deathcore supergroup PROJECT: VENGEANCE: Hear crushing new song "Vessel"

Featuring members of Lorna Shore, Left to Suffer and more

Project: Vengeance, the deathcore supergroup formerly known as the Big Six, have dropped a brutal new song, "Vessel," the follow-up to March's "CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.," their debut offering.

For the latest single, the "boy band" of extreme-metal vocalists — Lorna Shore's Will Ramos, Left to Suffer's Taylor Barber, Infant Annihilator's Dickie Allen, Traitors' Tyler Shelton and Spite's Darius Tehrani — teamed with YouTube star Nik Nocturnal, who penned the instrumental. Blast it above.

It's been a weird road for Project: Vengeance, which rose from the ashes of the now-defunct Big Six. That supergroup launched in late December 2022 with a series of hysterical videos and brutal musical teasers promoting their star-studded lineup — which initially featured Attila's Chris Fronzak and Fit for an Autopsy's Joe Badolato.

Then, just two weeks after they started, and a few days after they began teasing their debut EP, Fronzak announced that he was quitting the Big Six to focus on other pursuits, and in his place they added Tehrani into the roster. Two weeks later, Badolato announced that he was departing the group as well, bringing the Big Six down to the same five vocalists who've now carried on into Project: Vengeance.