Horror Domain

Foreign Hands are set to release their debut album, What’s Left Unsaid on June 21st via SharpTone Records. Working with producer Will Putney (Knocked Loose, Vein.fm), the metalcore band have crafted ten songs of creative chaos that build off emotion. Having already shared the frenetic single “God Under Fingernails,” today the band show off their melodic side on “Horror Domain” while still keeping things heavy. Clean vocalist and guitarist Jack Beatson’s silky delivery meets lead vocalist Tyler Norris’ caustic screams, making for a dynamic contrast. The instrumentals sway just as flawlessly, moving from hooky guitars to crashing drums with an intense breakdown for good measure.

On the lyrics, Norris states:

“It’s about wishing you were someone else other than yourself. Despite how bad you may want it, there’s a sense of fear for that kind of change.”

You can stream “Horror Domain” HERE and What’s Left Unsaid is available for preorder now through SharpTone Records. 

Foreign Hands is currently out on a North American tour with Better Lovers, Seeyouspacecowboy, and Greyhaven. The band will also go to Japan for the first time this June to perform at Bloodaxe Festival in Tokyo. Full dates below.

Formed in 2016, Foreign Hands is composed of Tyler Norris (vocals), Jack Beatson (guitar/vocals), Gill Gonzalez (guitar), Chuck Minix (bass), and Tyler Washington (drums). Releasing a number of singles from 2017-2021, the band truly made their mark as one of metalcore’s must-know newcomers with the release of their EP Bleed The Dream (DAZE) in early 2022, earning praise from Revolver, BrooklynVegan, Stereogum, and more. Foreign Hands signed with SharpTone that same year and released Lucid Noise, consisting of two singles that showcased their penchant for writing feverish tracks with huge choruses. Since then, the band has been able to tour and share the stage with acts like Counterparts, Stick To Your Guns, The Acacia Strain, and Incendiary. Foreign Hands is coming forth with an elevated sonic output that is sure to make them mainstays in the world of metal and beyond.

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