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Death Metal Trio SUFFER Premiere New Song:"Inhalent Caustic Foray"

Death Metal trio Suffer have partnered with Toilet ov Hell for the premiere of "Inhalent Caustic Foray," a track from forthcoming album Grand Canvas of the Aesthete. Click below to stream!

Suffer will release Grand Canvas of the Aesthete on CD, vinyl, and digital formats on March 29 via Wise Blood Records.

Back in 1989, Suffer formed at the dawn of death metal’s Midwestern rise. Teenagers at the time, they were one of the first extreme metal bands in South Dakota. In December, they closed 2023 with their first new music in eight years. Mere months later, they chase their Gristle, Bruised Spots & Trimmed Fat EP with a brutal and brilliant comeback record, Grand Canvas

of the Aesthete.

“This new material is absolute proof that you don't have to “age out” of Death Metal,” comments vocalist/guitarist C.R. Petit. “Suffer was formed in 1989, and 2024 will mark 35 years for us. There is no doubt that this album is the absolute best material we have done together.”

“This is the first Suffer material that was not written by hashing things out in a rehearsal room as a group,” Petit adds. “There was far more scrutiny in riff, structure and transition as well as lyrics and production. We didn't settle for what was close. We all wanted this to surpass everything we have

done in the past.”

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