Something heavy this way comes. London, UK based technical deathcore riff merchants Harbinger return to active service after a couple of years away, with a brace of new songs, a new face and ferocious intent. With much to be angry about in the world around us, Harbinger are focusing their ire at those who manipulate and exploit others for their own selfish gain, both in a personal and political sense. Underpinning this righteous fury with thick, groove-laden riffs, anthemic choruses and shredding guitar solos, Harbinger package high-minded concepts and techniques with primitive savagery and raw heaviness. Backed by big riffs, untamed heaviness and technicality, Harbinger are pushing the boundaries of modern metal, but with a lot of consideration and respect for the foundations and roots of the genre. The net result is compelling and exhilarating in equal measure, marking Harbinger's ascent to the vanguard of bands pushing the boundaries of the UK's underground metal scene.
Showcasing a relentless work ethic, Harbinger have never sat still for very long. Two EPs, Paroxysm and Human Dust were quickly followed 2019's debut full-length Compelled to Suffer, with each successive release demonstrating a steadily increasing maturity and potency.
With much to be angry about in the world around us, Harbinger are focusing their ire at those who manipulate and exploit others for their own selfish gain, both in a personal and political sense.