Seth Metoyer did Movies Music More the honor of allowing us to host the premiere of the visualizer for Brain Matter's newest single, "Internal Unrest." Many of you are already familiar with Seth from his grind / death onslaught Mangled Carpenter. Along with Kristeffor Olson providing bass and programming, the two have constructed a grating blend of industrial and metal that will surely please fans of Godflesh, Realize, Ministry, and Caustic Wound. Brace yourself for a crushing assault of crunching guitar, dystopic electronics, and drum machines that could be used as the battle march to armageddon.
"Internal Unrest" lays out the despair and torment of the human condition. Day in and day out, suffering through the darkness and despair of a fallen world. With two lines to close out the song, lyricist Metoyer begs for Jesus the Savior to "Alter this lifetime, Throw Me a Lifeline." We must NEVER forget that at the end of the darkened tunnel, there is a Light waiting to embrace us and give us the comfort of salvation.
"Yeah. The older songs on Spotify are demos. The new stuff, and new song are more produced and engineered, etc. I do the guitars and vocals. Kristeffor Olson is on Bass. We both programmed the beats together. Lyrics, Production, and engineering [is] by me. For fans of heavy industrial music, this is for you. Crank it up!" Seth shared.
Give Brain Matter's "Internal Unrest" a listen. If you like what you hear, check out some earlier demos from the project on their Spotify. You'll get a better idea of where Metoyer and Olson are heading when it comes to future compositions from the progression of their sound already. For more info on Brain Matter, visit https://www.facebook.com/brainmattermusic and https://www.instagram.com/brainmatterband.