Cover shot – WEREWOLVES

Werewolves – new album ‘My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me’ out now!
Release new visualizer ‘Brace For Impact’

Australia’s angriest, WEREWOLVES have today released their fourth album, ‘My Enemies Look and Sound Like Me’, via Prosthetic Records The death metal trio’s latest full-length is an uncompromising slab of extreme metal brutality, featuring songs that rage against the metal scene, themselves, nuclear destruction and abuses of power. WEREWOLVES continue their foray into the live circuit in October, on the Tech Trek Australia tour – with more details below.

Speaking on the album release, bassist/vocalist Sam Bean (also of The Antichrist Imperium, The Berzerker) comments: “EAT BLASTBEATS YOU FUCKING SKIDMARKS. WEREWOLVES triumphantly crawls up your urinary tract to hatch our fourth album, ‘My Enemies Look and Sound Like Me’, in your bladder. Sorry, that came out wrong. We’re overjoyed to humbly offer our fourth release for your enjoyment. We trust that you’ll find that we’ve continued the run of growth and quality that we’ve become known for, and won’t disappoint any of you. We hope that you find this album a refreshing and enlightening listen that brings you endless joy. The satisfaction of our fans is paramount. We love you. We love all of you…shitcunts.”

‘My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me’ is the mature effort of a band approaching the midpoint of both their career and their lives, fine-tuning audio violence and desperate to leave nothing on the table before the hormones fade and dementia kicks in. Opener ‘Under The Ground’ is an apoplectic death metal middle finger to the genre and all involved within it. Title track ‘My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me’ demonstrates that the band have absolutely no intention of slowing down at all, while ‘Destroyer Of Worlds’ is a slow creepfest that makes a lie of the previous sentence. Elsewhere, songs like ‘Brace For Impact’ and ‘Neanderhell’ demonstrate that WEREWOLVES are only getting more rabid with age – the BPM is appropriately crazed WEREWOLVES fare.

Mixing and mastering was handled, as always, by Joe Haley (Psycroptic), and the artwork is a remarkable simulacrum of modern social media discourse by long time collaborator Mitchell Nolte, and depicts two frenzied opposing groups of people massacring each other and themselves in a screaming horrified rage

WEREWOLVES on tour this October supporting Archspire and Ingested!
Oct 11th – Brisbane, The Zoo
Oct 12th – Canberra, The Basement
Oct 13th – Sydney, The Factory Theatre
Oct 14th – Melbourne, The Corner Hotel
Oct 15th – Adelaide, Lion Arts Factory
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