TALLAH Brings Some Serious Hype With "The Silo" - Turbo Rules

TALLAH Brings Some Serious Hype With “The Silo”

TALLAH are on a mission to revamp and modernise the much-loved sound of popular nu-metal sensations of the early 2000s.

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Emerging from Pennsylvania in 2018 and combining the percussive force of second-generation drummer Max Portnoy with the pure, war-torn fury of vocalist and YouTube sensation Justin Bonitz, nu-core quartet TALLAH are on a mission to revamp and modernise the much-loved sound of popular nu-metal sensations of the early 2000s. Drawing influence from the musical influences of their youth (the likes of Slipknot, Korn and Linkin Park), Tallah fuse the razor-sharp precision of these acts with the raw edges of modern hardcore music displayed by current sensations Code Orange, Vein, Candy and Fire From The Gods.

 

With key early support coming from the likes of Metal Hammer after premiering the video for “The Silo”, Kerrang Radio were quick to jump on board adding the twisted new track instantly to their Evening Playlist.

 

Having followed Justin’s popular YouTube channel for some time – which boasts perhaps the most popular scream tutorial at approximately 3m views, “How to Scream (10 Different Techniques)” – Max approached Justin to join a new project with guitarist Derrick Scheider and bassist Andrew Cooper, both of whom Max had formed previous relationships with on the Philadelphia music scene.

 

The resulting explosion of chaos, controversy and metal innovation birthed the band’s first EP, No One Should Read This, which was recorded at Spin Studios (Gojira, Lamb of God) in 2018. Following its release, Max received the Modern Drummer Award for “Best Up and Coming Drummer 2019” and the band performed at Boomtown Festival in the same year.

 

Tallah’s forthcoming album Matriphagy, to be released October 2nd 2020 via Earache Records, expands upon the concept outlined in No One Should Read This, armed with a disturbingly graphic tale that is to be taken both literally and metaphorically. Set to a pleasurably harrowing backdrop of brutally heavy musicianship, Matriphagy is an unapologetic love-letter to chaos, and the sickening twist of the macabre.

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