According to the description on Wristmeetrazor's Facebook page, the band exists as "a monument to the space between sanity and self-destruction." That level of angst and hatred plays out across the screamo revivalists' harrowing new album Misery Never Forgets, which is due January 18th via Prosthetic Records and can be pre-ordered here. The trio's latest poisonous taste of the forthcoming LP is "In Line for Halos," a particularly excoriating blast of unhinged post-hardcore that nods to Zao, Converge and their ilk.
"'In Line for Halos' is about a person who will manipulate you until they have all they want from you," Wristmeetrazor guitarist-vocalist Jonah Throne says of the song. "Essentially, looking for love in the wrong places." Check it out, along with its official video, produced by Devin Stroud, above, and see the band's upcoming tour dates below.