The twisted Pennsylvanian nu-core juggernaut TALLAH have followed up the release of their second album single, ‘We, The Sad’ with a vocal performance video from singer Justin Bonitz.

Drawn from their forthcoming debut full-length ‘Matriphagy’, ‘We, The Sad’ is painted with vividly nostalgic brushstrokes of 2000s-era nu-metal, highlighted with a more modern, hardcore energy. The band’s latest single featured in their Lost Horizon set, alongside previous single ‘The Silo’.

Commenting on the vocal video for ‘We The Sad’, Bonitz says“I self-recorded the vocals for the songs on the EP: “We, The Sad,” “Cottonmouth,” “Red Light,” “Kungan,” and “Placenta.” I recorded them at home in my personal studio, and two years later, Josh Schroeder mixed those same stems when he was engineering ‘Matriphagy'”.

Not for the faint-hearted, Tallah’s forthcoming debut album ‘Matriphagy’ offers graphic details of a series of gruesome and traumatic family affairs, and will be released on October 2nd via Earache Records.

Tallah’s latest single We, The Sad’ is available to stream and download now. ‘Matriphagy’ is available to pre order from Earache’s website, including limited edition vinyl, signed editions and merch bundles. For more updates on ‘Matriphagy’, follow the band on social media. For more from the Earache Records roster, check out their website.

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