MAKE THEM SUFFER announce 'How To Survive A Funeral'


Australian metal band MAKE THEM SUFFER have shared new song "Soul Decay" The song will appear on the quintet's forthcoming album How To Survive A Funeral, which is out 19th June via Rise Records.



'Soul Decay is about watching someone deteriorate in front of you. Many struggle to recognise that a recurring pattern of failure or disappointment is their often own doing. To bear the blame of your own mistakes is something that's difficult for most people. The lyric "You built yourself this prison. Tear it down, burn it to the fucking ground." is a call to action to rise above and accept your part.'

Make Them Suffer previously shared video for the first single Erase Me, which is already nearing a million views, watch and listen here.

How To Survive A Funeral is the Make Them Suffer's fourth full-length and sees inspiration from their past and present sounds twisted together into a package that will define their place amongst their contemporaries as a truly creative act. The band enlisted Drew Fulk A.K.A. WZRDBLD, who has worked with everyone from Motionless In White and Bullet For My Valentine to Yelawolf and Lil' Wayne. The band traveled to L.A. to hole up at Fulk's studio. It marked the first time in the band's career that it worked this closely with a producer and the result is truly something unique.

HOW TO SURVIVE A FUNERAL TRACK LISTING:

Step One

Falling Ashes

Bones

Drown With Me

Erase Me

Soul Decay

Fake Your Own Death

How To Survive A Funeral

The Attendant

That's Just Life