Hear Loathe Channel Deftones and Meshuggah on New Song "Dimorphous Display" | Revolver

Hear Loathe Channel Deftones and Meshuggah on New Song "Dimorphous Display"

"The rawest incarnation of the Loathe sound to date"

It's no secret that we here at Revolver HQ are huge fans of Loathe. The U.K. heavy-music experimentalists' last proper full-length, 2020's I Let It In and It Took Everything, was one of our favorite releases of that year, while last year's ambient instrumental LP, The Things They Believe, hinted at limitless sonic possibilities. The band's upcoming album is one of our 50 most anticipated of 2022, and now we've gotten a taste of things to come: new single "Dimorphous Display," a scathing, soaring piece of alt-metal majesty that suggests Deftones embracing their Meshuggah influence like never before. Crank it above via YouTube.

Loathe commented in a joint statement: "'Dimorphous Display,' in its first iteration, had been in the vault for a good few years before we decided to start work on the song together as a band, so finally being able to release it into the world feels like a great accomplishment. The initial demo was filed soon after we had finished up with I Let It In and It Took Everything, but with lockdowns occurring across the world, this gave us the opportunity to experiment with different collaborators and thus final tracking was completed some time in the middle of 2021 at Giant Wafer Studios. We worked alongside our new friend Eddie Al-Shakarchi on capturing the rawest incarnation of the Loathe sound to date, and we are very happy with the result."

Loathe are set to hit North America this spring for a 23-date run with Code Orange, Vended and Dying Wish. See the itinerary below.

Loathe 2022 North American tour dates:
4/3 — Detroit, MI — Magic Stick
4/4 — Chicago, IL — The Metro
4/5 — Omaha, NE — Slowdown
4/6 — Denver, CO — Summit Theater
4/7 — Salt Lake City, UT — Soundwell
4/9 — Vancouver, BC — Rickshaw Theatre
4/10 — Seattle, WA — The Crocodile
4/11 — Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom
4/12 — Sacramento, CA — Goldfield Trading Post
4/13 — San Francisco, CA — August Hall
4/18 — Mesa, AZ — The Nile
4/20 — Pomona, CA — The Glass House
4/23 — Las Vegas, NV — 24 Oxford
4/25 — Austin, TX — Empire Control Room and Garage
4/26 — Fort Worth, TX — Tulips
4/27 — Houston, TX — The Secret Group
4/29 — Jacksonville, FL — Underbelly
4/30 — Tampa, FL — The Orpheum
5/2 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade (Heaven)
5/3 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Sound Stage
5/4 — Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer
5/6 — Brooklyn, NY — Warsaw
5/7 — Boston, MA — Paradise Rock Club