- Alex Curry - Drums
- Andy Torres - Guitar
- Bryce Lucien - Vocals/Bass
“An explosive and brilliantly vicious assault of grinding nihilism, filth-laden crust and thrash-inspired attacks” - METAL HAMMER
The old adage “everything is bigger in Texas” rings true for Dallas wrecking crew SEEKER. Having made an indelible imprint in the metal underworld since forming in 2011, they are back with their new noise, titled Loss, set for release on October 14th. Taking the most venomous ingredients of metal, SEEKER’s art is best described as loud, pissed, chaotic heavy metal, fitting of their mantra ‘aggressive non-conformity above all else.’ In support of Loss, SEEKER will be out as part of the Malevolent Creation 25 Year Anniversary Tour, which also includes Incantation, starting October 6th in Atlanta, GA.
SEEKER released the album Unloved in 2013 via Victory Records, and since then vocalist Bryce Lucien went through some calamitous times between the releases, only fueling his spite and distaste which would become Loss. With Lucien now picking up the bass and guitarist Andy Torres and drummer Alex Curry added to the mix, Loss shows the emotions exacerbating from a slow knife cutting to a limb severing chainsaw.
“We did this for ourselves,” snarls Lucien. “The brief time that we were inactive was absolutely miserable, but without it we wouldn’t have ended up with the lineup that we have now, or the voice that we’ve been able to find for this record.”
With producer Zach Ohren (Carnifex, Fallujah) back in the mix, and custom, hand drawn artwork from Farron Loathing (Nails, Huntress), Loss reveals SEEKER intense desire to show another side of themselves. “I wanted everything about the album to be faster, darker, more evil, more raw, and way more honest that anything I have ever done,” admits Lucien, as SEEKER are continuing as a three piece behind Loss.
“This is a new life for SEEKER, and I feel like this album is a massive step forward for us as players and songwriters. Anyone expecting something like Unloved or our other past work will be severely disappointed. We finally let ourselves really go for it and try everything we’d ever wanted to do musically.”
Prepare for Loss, available everywhere on October 14th.
Loss Track Listing
6. Welcome Death
7. Empty Vessel
9. Self Harm