Make Them Suffer

Band: Make Them Suffer

Album: How To Survive A Funeral

VÖ: 05.06.2020

Label/Vertrieb: Rise Records/ADA/Warner


Growth, and the desire for eternal forward motion have been the concepts that have defined Make Them Suffer since the very beginning; and have been the foundations that led them from the world's most remote capital city Perth in Australia, to becoming a household name on stages around the world. As they have traversed previous eras, the five piece have grown through the genres of deathcore, melodic death metal, & heavy metalcore; and as they continue on this path, look to be defined by nothing more than the label ‘creative’. Through ‘Ether’, ’27’, and ‘Hollowed Heart’, the band has worked to shed themselves of the shackles of expectation, and as they look towards the open road that lies ahead of them, the light that guides the way has a name, ‘How To Survive A Funeral’.

To assist in the redefinition of every line the band is known for, Make Them Suffer enlisted the assistance of Drew Fulk A.K.A. WZRDBLD, who has worked with everyone from Motionless In White & Bullet For My Valentine, to Yelawolf & Lil’ Wayne. The band travelled to LA to shack up at Fulk’s studio, the first time in their career working this closely with a producer, and the result is truly something unique in the current climate of heavy music. The band’s fourth full length sees inspirations from their past and present sounds twisted together into a package that will define Make Them Suffer’s place amongst their contemporaries as a truly creative act.


Band:  Make Them Suffer

Album:  Worlds Apart

VÖ:  28.07.2017

Label:  Rise Records


Die Australier MAKE THEM SUFFER kündigen ihr neues Album "Worlds Apart" für den 28. Juli auf Rise Records an!

Pünktlich dazu gibt es mit "Fireworks" den ersten Eindruck auf das neue Release mit dem passenden Video.

"Worlds Apart' represents a new era for MAKE THEM SUFFER", sagt Sänger der Band Sean Harmanis.

"We've taken risks in songwriting and production; this album is a reminder to ourselves that change and growth are good things. It's tough to say so early, but I think "World's Apart" is an album that will be in your stereo for quite some time", fügt er hinzu.