Take This To Your Grave - Vultures


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Take This To Your Grave Unleashes Ferocious Thrash Metal Anthem "Vultures"
In a thunderous resurrection, the mighty band Take This To Your Grave returned in 2021 from the abyss to deliver a bone-crushing sonic assault that left metalheads gasping for air. Their track, "Vultures," proved to be a relentless barrage of thrash metal goodness, a testament to their unwavering commitment to the genre. For those who craved the unrelenting brutality of bands like Suicide Silence, The Black Dahlia Murder, and Whitechapel, this track demanded immediate attention.
Originally formed in 2006, Take This To Your Grave unfortunately met its untimely demise in 2008. However, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, the band has been resurrected with a renewed vigor. Led by the multi-talented Carlos Urrea, who not only writes the music and lyrics but also handles the vocal duties, Take This To Your Grave enlisted the skills of two exceptional musicians from Nashville to breathe new life into their sound.
Under Carlos Urrea's visionary guidance, the band embarked on a collaborative journey. The Nashville musicians, under the watchful eye of the sound engineer and owner of Phoenix Studios, lent their talents to rework the drums and bass for the new anthem, "Vultures." Carlos's original compositions formed the foundation, and together, they meticulously crafted a track that showcased the relentless power and technical prowess that defined Take This To Your Grave.
The result? A blistering single that ignited mosh pits and incited headbanging frenzies worldwide. "Vultures" proved to be an unrelenting onslaught of pummeling drums, intricate guitar work, and guttural vocals that shook the very foundations of listeners' beings.
When it came to influences, Take This To Your Grave drew inspiration from the titans of metal. Slipknot, Veil of Maya, Between the Buried and Me, Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, After the Burial—they absorbed the essence of these mighty acts and channeled it into their own unique brand of sonic devastation.
Metalheads, it was time to embrace the onslaught that was Take This To Your Grave. Adding "Vultures" to their playlists was an immediate necessity.
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