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Make Them Suffer Release New Single And Music Video For ‘Epitaph’

Perth metalcore sensation Make Them Suffer returns with a new single, ‘Epitaph’, released via Greyscale Records and SharpTone Records. The track seamlessly blends the band’s signature aggression with a futuristic ambience, accompanied by a music video.

The single is a fusion of past and present elements, Make Them Suffer delves into themes of contemplation and post-doomsday scenarios. The track marks a significant step in the band’s evolution, showcasing their ability to push boundaries while staying true to their roots.

Make Them Suffer – ‘Epitaph’

Make Them Suffer now gears up for an action-packed 2024, starting with a sold-out Australian tour supporting Bring Me The Horizon.

Make Them Suffer shared about their upcoming tour. “We’re about to settle in for the busiest year of touring in the history of Make Them Suffer and the energy in the band is at an all time high, I’m sure we’ll all be aching for more time at home by November, but for now, we can’t wait to get back on the road and play all these amazing tours and what we have lined up.”

They further talked about their album. ‘Epitaph is the beginning of a very exciting year for us, and not just in terms of touring. We’re so incredibly thankful for all our supporters, and to be in the position we’re in. Particularly after such an incredible journey. We can’t wait to show everyone what we have in store.”

Fans can stream their new single “Epitaph” here and stay tuned for more exciting updates from Make Them Suffer.

Make Them Suffer Upcoming Australian Shows 2024

Supporting Bring Me The Hoziron on their tour, with fellow supporters Sleep Token and Daine

  • Wednesday, 10th April – John Cain Arena, Melbourne VIC (new show)
  • Friday, 12th April – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW (new show)
  • Sunday, 14th April – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW (sold out)
  • Wednesday, 17th April – Entertainment Centre, Adelaide SA
  • Thursday, 18th April – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC (sold out)
  • Saturday, 20th April – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD (sold out)
  • Sunday, 21st April – Riverstage, Brisbane QLD (new show)

Tickets via Destroy All Lines

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