I have no idea what “Grungecore” is but I know what I like and I definitely like this. “Collapse” is the name of the debut single from New England’s premiere purveyors of the movement known as “Grungecore” and what they purvey is righteous and raucous. So buckle up!
It’s slammin’, it’s steady, and it absolutely slays. For a bombastic three minutes, Digital Eulogy heave screams, shreddy guitar solos, gargantuan walls of riffage, and a barrage of bass and percussion at listeners accented by an overwhelming sweeping accessibility throughout from the dual vocal performances amidst the cacophonous backdrop. In short: “Collapse” rawks.
“Collapse” is out now from No Sleep Records and ready to stream through all your most favorite digital services which you can check out by clicking here. For the latest on Digital Eulogy, follow them on their social media pages here and here.
[…] about “Collapse” a ton back when the song debuted in January (Read our full report here) but within the context of Cemetery Flowers, the scope and intent of the track is even more grand. […]