Exclusive Premiere: Plague Throat’s Ruthless New Single ‘Fallible Transgression’
The death metal trio rip through a shortened version of the third track off their upcoming debut full-length album ‘The Human Paradox’
It’s no secret that Shillong death metallers Plague Throat are, without a doubt, one of the most punishingly brutal three-member bands in the country.
The cut-throat riffage from vocalist-guitarist Nangsan Lyngwa and pummelling stickwork from drummer Malice was going to roll on undeterred by their bassist Iaidon Jyrwa’s exit from the band in May 2016, but they did rope in Jerry Nelson Ranee (from Shillong metal band Aberrant) later that year. The trio perform their latest single “Fallible Transgression,” to faultless viciousness.
Between frenetic lighting, cameras attached to guitars and slow-mo shots by Fishy Photography, the video features Lyngwa, Malice and Ranee performing a shortened version of the track compared to its five-and-a-half-minute iteration on The Human Paradox.
Their upcoming debut full-length album, the follow-up to their 2013 EP An Exordium to Contagion, is out via Transcending Obscurity Records on May 30th. Lyngwa said earlier about the album, “This album is about the complexity of human nature. That’s what we live and face every day. We can’t understand people anymore.”
Pre-order The Human Paradox here.