See masked U.S. maniacs Swollen Teeth rip it up live in new video

The Sid Wilson-produced metallers Swollen Teeth sound even heavier than ever on Empty...

See masked U.S. maniacs Swollen Teeth rip it up live in new video
Kerrang! Staff

Swollen Teeth, the noisy, anonymous metal quartet "from the bowels of Hell", have dropped an unsurprisingly energetic live video for their fresh new cut, Empty.

Of the new track, the band declared: ““EMPTY HAS LANDED. With heavy respect we can’t wait to throw our horns down with you. This one is “FOR THE FA/W\ILY”.

The track comes from their forthcoming, Sid Wilson-produced self-titled EP, due on May 9 via Blowed Out Records, the new label owned and operated by nu-metal super-producer Ross Robinson, goth-trap ghoul Ghostemane, and SideOneDummy label guy Bill Armstrong.

“After all these years, when I thought I’d never find another group of humans outside of Slipknot that knew the formula to transparency thru frequencies, and not thru appearance, I discovered Swollen Teeth," gushed Sid Wilson of his new charges. "This is trü-Metal!”

Ross Robinson, a man who knows about finding chaotically interesting bands to work with, had similar thoughts. "Sid and I listening to roughs in Iowa, emotions ran high - I found myself getting chills throughout my body to that familiar molten metal pulse I love so much," he said. "This time that force is known as Swollen Teeth," adding that their "hunger and talent have that vibration I can’t ignore."

READ THIS: Sid Wilson: “I have this energy that’s a combination of patience, strength and wisdom… when it’s directed in the right place, I’m unstoppable”

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