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Floridian Metalcore outfit Afterlife release new single "PSA" (ft. Ryo Kinoshita of Japanese Metalcore band Crystal Lake)
Metalcore four-piece Afterlife has teamed up with Crystal Lake's Ryo Kinoshita to reimagine their track "PSA." The remix takes the heavy hitting energy of the original and adds in a unique flair from the Japanese metalcore band's encapsulating frontman. Fans can stream the track today at https://www.kerrang.com/the-news/afterlife-release-new-song-psa-featuring-crystal-lakes-ryo-kinoshita/. The track is also available at all streaming services here: http://smarturl.it/AfterlifePSA
"We wanted someone who was unique, fresh and not on a million other songs. The most exciting name on our list was Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake who we think is one of the most unique vocalists in current metal. When we approached him about the feature he was 100% on board and the end result is absolutely mental," shares frontman Tyler Levenson on the new track.
"PSA" originally appeared on the band's debut album Breaking Point, which was released via Hopeless Records earlier this year. The album gained immense praise from fans while garnering adds to Spotify's Rock Hard, New Core and New Blood playlists, Amazon's Fresh Hard Rock and The Forge UK playlists and Pandora's New Rock station. Additional support from BBC Radio 1, Kerrang!, idobi Howl and Alternative Press as well as multiple Number 1 spots on Sirius XM Octane has helped propel Afterlife into headphones of listeners around the world.
The album ambitiously tackling a variety of impactful topics from mental health and domestic assault to political apathy and the weight of guilt over the course of 10 unique tracks that blend influences like Slipknot, Linkin Park and modern hip-hop. Breaking Point is available to stream and purchase at http://smarturl.it/afterlifebp.
Blending singing, screaming and rapping over a heavy, yet satisfyingly melodic landscape for a unique sound coupled with socially conscious lyrics, Afterlife are poised to influence this generation of heavy music.
Afterlife is vocalist Tyler Levenson, guitarist Andrew McGuire, drummer Luke Walkinshaw and bassist Tristan Edwards.
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