Filth is Eternal has delivered yet another impressive piece with their new single “Pressure Me.” This Seattle-based band, known for their relentless energy and aggressive sound, combines elements of hardcore, punk, and metal to create a unique and compelling sound that is not easily forgotten. Their forthcoming album, Find Out, is a testament to their dedication to their craft and their unwavering commitment to delivering music that packs a punch.

The band, which comprises Lis Di Angelo on vocals, Brian McClelland on guitar, and Emily Salisbury on drums, has evolved since their inception. The trio’s impeccable chemistry is palpable in their music, and their dedication to pushing boundaries and challenging themselves as musicians is evident in their latest work.

Filth is Eternal’s new single, “Pressure Me,” explores themes of growth and change and the challenges that come with them. As Di Angelo explains, “Growth and change can be uncomfortable, even painful, at times. We’re afraid of sharing our misery with others but allowing others in can help us gain perspective to see our current situation in a new light. ‘Pressure Me’ is a roadmap of nonlinear progress. It’s an acknowledgment that sometimes, whether we want to admit it or not, we need the pressure of honest discourse, especially if we mean to figure out the world we’ve built and discover the root of our problems.”

The lyrics of the album, Find Out, explore themes of mental health, addiction, relationships, and community. The band uses their platform to address these issues, and the result is an emotionally charged and powerful collection of songs that will resonate with listeners. Find Out is a bold declaration of the band’s refusal to be silenced and their commitment to speaking up about the things that matter to them.

The band worked with producer Paul Fig, known for his work with bands such as Slipknot, AFI, and Alice In Chains, to record Find Out at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 and Dave’s Room. The album, set to be released on September 29, has a polished sound that showcases the band’s musicianship while retaining the raw energy that fans have come to expect from Filth is Eternal.

The band’s signature sound is rooted in hardcore, punk, and metal, and their new material showcases their ability to seamlessly blend these genres to create a sound that is truly their own. Influences from bands such as Converge, Cursed, Trap Them, Alice in Chains, and The Distillers are evident in their music, but Filth is Eternal has managed to carve out their unique niche within the heavy music scene.

Vocalist Lis Di Angelo’s grunge-inspired vocal style adds depth and emotional intensity to the band’s music. Their raw and unfiltered delivery complements the band’s powerful instrumentals, resulting in a sound that is both aggressive and melodic.

Filth is Eternal’s Find Out is a testament to the band’s dedication to their craft and their unwavering commitment to delivering music that is both powerful and thought-provoking. The band’s signature sound and compelling lyrics make Find Out a must-listen for heavy music fans worldwide. With the release of their new album, Filth is Eternal has solidified their place as a force to be reckoned with in the heavy music scene.

Find Out Track Listing: 

01 – Half Wrong
02 – Crawl Space (Official Music Video)
03 – Magnetic Point
04 – Cherish
05 – Roll Critical
06 – Curious Thing
07 – Into the Curve
08 – Pressure Me (Official Music Video)
09 – Body Void
10 – The Gate
11 – Signal Decay
13 – All Mother
14 – Last Exit
15 – Loveless

Filth is Eternal Live Dates:

Aug 19: Vera Project – Seattle, WA !
Aug 20: Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR !
Aug 23: District Bar – Spokane, WA !
Sep 22: Substation – Seattle, WA #
Sep 23: Star Theatre – Portland, OR #
Sep 24: Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA  #
Sep 25: The Echo – Los Angeles, CA  #
Sep 26: The Soda Bar – San Diego, CA  #
Sep 27: Nile Underground – Mesa, AZ  #
Nov 05: SWG3 Glasgow, Scotland UK ^
Nov 06: Tramshed – Cardiff, UK ^
Nov 07: Academy – Manchester, UK ^
Nov 08: Kentish Town Forum – London, UK ^
Nov 09: Underground – Plymouth, UK
Nov 11: The Craufurd Arms – Milton Keynes, UK
Nov 12: New Cross Inn – London, UK

~ w/ City of Caterpillar    
! w/ Portrayal Of Guilt
# w/ King Parrot
^ w/ Finch