SWOLLEN TEETH: Hear SID WILSON-endorsed band's new song "EMPTY" | Revolver

SWOLLEN TEETH: Hear SID WILSON-endorsed band's new song "EMPTY"

Debut EP coming on Ghostemane and Ross Robinson's label Blowed Out Records

Swollen Teeth — the masked wrecking crew backed by Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson, trap-metal star Ghostemane and "Godfather of Nu-Metal" Ross Robinson — are gearing up to drop their self-titled debut EP, and today (April 26th) they offered up its latest single, "Empty." The song mixes the group's established brutal, chaotic sound with more melodic and chant-along elements. It arrived along with a ferocious performance video — watch and listen above.

"'EMPTY' HAS LANDED," Swollen Teeth commented in a joint statement. "With heavy respect we can't wait to throw our horns down with you. This one is 'FOR THE FA/W\ILY.'"

The group's upcoming EP was produced by Wilson, and will be released by Ghostemane and Robinson on their label Blowed Out Records. While some eagle-eyed Slipknot sleuths have speculated that Swollen Teeth is actually a side project of Wilson's, the DJ and producer didn't confirm or deny that level of involvement when Revolver talked to him and Robinson about the band in January. Robinson did draw deep parallels between Swollen Teeth and Slipknot, however. "When I was involved with Slipknot, the version of the band back then is very similar to what this is," he enthused. "My favorite version. It rings [of] hunger, like the rawness of the beginning of Slipknot. It's just very, very hungry."

Swollen Teeth's self-titled EP is due out April 26th and available for pre-order on vinyl now.