If you love heavy, you’ll love this. Liverpool-based God Complex have released “Insignificant”, which follows on from their debut track “Hate Runs Through Me”.
Newcomers God Complex are Harry Rule, Kyle Holt, Alex Chan and James Lyon. The four piece only formed in 2017, but have already scored tour dates alongside Venom Prison, Loathe and Holding Absence.
“Make our suffering great again”
With “Insignificant”, God Complex take 84 seconds and create a pummelling and chaotic piece of music, hitting directly between the eyes of the undeserving owners of authority. This confrontational slice of metal is aimed toward those in power who seem to have no desire to improve things, continuing ignorantly on a path that dooms the rest of us.
This is intense and heavy music at its finest. Check out “Insignificant” via its video below and keep up with the band via Facebook.
UK friends can catch God Complex live at one of the following dates:
25.02.2018 – Manchester – Satan’s Hollow w/ Traitors
04.03.2018 – Leeds – Key Club w/ Holding Absence & Loathe
13.04.2018 – Derby – The Hairy Dog w/ Lotus Eater
14.04.2018 – Hull – O’Rileys w/ Lotus Eater
15.04.2018 – Liverpool – 81 Renshaw Street w/ Lotus Eater