Monday, October 12, 2015


Days away from the release of White Widows Pact's debut full-length, True Will, MetalSucks has launched an exclusive stream of the entire album.

MetalSucks calls True Will, "one of the most confident and impressive debut full-lengths of 2015." Noisey has labeled it "insanely heavy."

Built of machine-like metal, Southern grooves, and existential NYC despair, True Will is a perfect slab of steel that rings with echoes of Napalm Death, Obituary, Crowbar, and even Madball. The album was recorded and mixed by Dean Baltulonis (Sick of It All, Modern Life Is War) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, High on Fire). 

The Brooklyn quintet stands at the center of its city's metal scene, with members also doing time in Primitive Weapons, Cleanteeth, Grudges, and more. Frontman David Castillo co-owns Saint Vitus Bar, New York's go-to metal venue.

Stream True Will, here.

Pre-order from iTunes, here.

Release date is October 16th on New Damage Records.

"Without a doubt, one of the most confident and impressive debut full-lengths of 2015. True Will is the perfect cocktail of sugar and spice: addictively tasty, sickeningly caustic... What we're saying is: this album wrecks. You need to hear it."

"Insanely heavy... Sludgy, ripping guitars... When looking for a new band to get angry to, White Widows Pact have you covered on every front."

White Widows Pact's mix of contemporary hardcore and sludgy Southern metal are the exception to the rule that metalheads and punks can't get along."
–Alternative Press

"Hardcore peppered with Crowbar's
 Obedience Thru Suffering..."


"True Will hears the band combining elements of New York hardcore, '90s death metal and Southern sludge."