Meek Is Murder premieres new track "A Prison, A Life Raft" today via Revolver Magazine.
"A Prison, A Life Raft" shows the Brooklyn trio's end-of-world noise-core and D-beat stampede in full effect – the band has honed its style to a deadly art in its seven-year existence and upcoming fourth full-length Was is its masterpiece. Due for a July 15th release, Was was produced by Kurt Ballou (Converge, Nails) and mastered by Alan Douches (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Tombs) and has already earned these words from MetalSucks: "Brooklyn's most batshit insane extreme music act... Was is a lethal injection of schizophrenic mathcore."
Debuted today on Revolver, "A Prison, A Life Raft" is a song about the double-edged sword of youth, according to frontman Mike Keller: "An ocean of possibility surrounds you, but choice can be a burden. Best enjoy the ride."
Meek Is Murder is currently wrapping up a European tour with Svalbard.
Jun 2 - Basingstoke, UK @ Sanctuary
Jun 4 - Bristol, UK @ The Gryphon
Photo by Dean Chooch Landry