No Hope‘ is about people who bring pain and misery. Even after you’ve given them all you have. But inside, they’re rotting away. And in the end, they’ll bring us all down.

This track is accompanied by a lyric video. As well as scrolling the track’s lyrics, it portrays an unsettling and troublesome mindset. Feeling hurt within yourself and feeling quite alone. The imagery also depicts the themes used within our album artwork. With ‘No Hope‘, we wanted to create something that was fast and intense but had a deep sense of melody. Something that came off as frantic but with emotional undertones.

The energy, the intensity and the thirst that you experience in your musical infancy is a sense that typically goes unmatched. Unfortunately for some, this feeling decays and dissipates all too soon and leaves its host to carry out their existence as an empty and unsatisfied vessel. For others, this inner obsession not only remains, but it enhances with every fresh breath of influence, and fulfilling this aspiration is a constant trial. A trial that Suffer The Evenue know they will never triumph over.

Shaped out of the remnants of successful past ventures, Suffer The Evenue is a collected entity that bleeds energy and excitement directly into the veins of its witnesses. As a unit, they’ve managed to structure an accomplished, dynamic sound that offers the audience an alternative to the stereotypical metal acts you might find at your local. Whilst still maintaining the violent and powerful aspects that you’d expect from the genre, they also deliver a certain dominance and individuality that are driving characteristics for what makes this outfit so notable.

They stem from the depths of South Australia, and as a four-piece, manage to capture a diverse range of influence that seeps through spontaneously yet effectively. Every track seems to portray its own message and provides a different feel that has instant recognition with those who are exposed to it.

Written by Kris Peters

Kris has been writing freelance for about 20 years. Kris always found his taste in music a little too eclectic for the mainstream market but has found his niche writing for HEAVY. Based in Brisbane, Kris also runs a promotions company, KSP Productions.


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