Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Bottom of the Glass with Ultra-Violence

“I wrote this song during a very difficult period of my life, at the end of a very important relationship,” explained Italian four-piece Ultra-Violence of new single ‘Bottom Of The Glass’, out now on FiXT.

“A person that I used to know so well and shared everything with suddenly became a stranger and started lying and acting in ways I never expected. I kept asking myself why, but couldn’t find a reason. It’s then I realized I didn’t need one and started focusing only on my own beliefs. Writing this song was a cathartic experience and I listen to it daily cause it reminds me of the fact that we shouldn’t be afraid to lose someone who doesn’t feel lucky to have us. Especially someone who makes us feel like we’re never enough.”

Exploring the embittered roller coaster of an ended relationship the intense metalcore single goes from ethereal to brutal, with thrashing guitars, synthesizers, and heavy rhythms round out the perforated soundscape nailing a metaphoric nail into a coffin.  
 
Ultra-Violence began in 2009, and at the age of 15 and signed with Candlelight/Spinefarm Records. The band released one EP and three albums between 2012 and 2018. They toured Europe, the UK, and Japan, and their songs from that period have been included on official playlists.

In 2020, Ultra-Violence decided to leave their record label and become a completely independent band. They worked on new music with a brand-new mindset and producer Joakim ‘Jolly’ Karlsson of Bad Omens helped them shape their new sound. They released four new singles leading up to the Beyond EP in 2021, then in 2022, they collaborated with Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens on a new version of their song ‘The Silence’ and released a cover of ‘Dear Diary’, originally by Bring Me The Horizon.

‘Bottom Of The Glass’ is available now on all platforms here and you can check out the video for it here at RAMzine.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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