Revolver has teamed up with Don Broco for an exclusive vinyl variant of their new album, Amazing Things, on white wax. It's limited to 350 — order yours now before they're gone!
The singles we've heard from Don Broco's new album, Amazing Things, have all been smackers. On each of them, the English rockers have found a unique way to fuse old-school nu-metal of the Linkin Park and Deftones variety with extremely modern-sounding guitar tones, crisp production and sleek rock melodies.
Their latest, "Uber," continues in that vein. The grunting rap verses are laced with a gooey, neon synth line that carries over into the hook when shit gets bouncy and crunchy a la Bring Me the Horizon.
It sounds extremely fresh and forward-thinking, but there's a classic nu-metal feel to it as well that will surely resonate with old-school fans of the genre. Take a listen above via YouTube.
"This was the first song we started writing for the album a few years ago touring the States," the band commented. "Within the space of a week three separate 'Uber' drivers were openly racist in front of us, I guess assuming as white guys we'd share their views."
"'Uber' is about being angry about that," they continued. "Being angry that racists seem to be growing in confidence to speak their hate in public and it's a reminder to us to call out that discrimination whenever we see it."
Amazing Things is due out September 17th via Sharptone Records and Revolver has an exclusive vinyl variant on white wax. It's limited to 350 copies — order yours now before they're gone!