God Complex release 'Breeding Filth'
Updated: Jan 13, 2020
Merseyside hardcore comes back with force in the form of God Complex and their new single ‘Breeding Filth’ taken from the bands October EP ‘Created S*ck’. Though the band only formed a short while back, their blistering sound and ferocious stage presence has already made an impact on a booming hardcore scene.
With their EP delving into personal aswell as political messages, the EP will encompass God Complex as a whole. Guitarist Kyle Holt explains ‘Breeding Filth’ as a commentary on the chemical weapons attack on Syrian town, Khan Shaykhun, in early 2017 and expands on the track and how it “grew into a more encompassing commentary on the dark nature of humanity and how it shapes the world we live in”.
With a handful of hard-hitting singles alone, the band have stomped into support slots alongside bands such as Venom Prison and Lotus Eater that has gained them much deserved recognition from their peers.
God Complex hit the road on the following dates:
27th Aug - Upsurge Festival, London
29th Sep - Venom Fest, Bristol
19th Oct - Old Blue Last, London - Free Entry (supporting Rough Hands)
20th Oct - Temple Of Boom, Leeds (supporting Rough Hands)
21st Oct - The Victoria, Birmingham (supporting Rough Hands)
11th Nov - Rebellion Fest, Manchester