WITHIN DESTRUCTION Streams Elden Ring-Inspired, Deathcore-Heavy New EP

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Within Destruction is now streaming their brand new mini-album Rebirth featuring guest appearances by David Simonich of Signs Of The Swarm on the song “Fallen Omen” and Alan Grnja of Distant on the title track “Rebirth”.

“We had free time to do sort of a pet project for ourselves with no set deadlines or goals. We were basically just having fun with this release,” stated drummer Luka Vezzosi on the surprise mini-album release. “There’s only a handful of deathcore bands that are doing something unique at the moment and we felt like it’s the perfect timing for our return to show everyone we still got it.”

“The main focus was on bringing back an era of the band that was raw, aggressive, and in your face,” said guitarist Howard Fang. “The ‘Void’ and ‘Deathwish’ eras were a significant chapter in the band’s history and we wanted to do a throwback with a new perspective and approach. We drew heavily from our influences and wrote the mini album with the intent of bringing the OG slamcore excitement and heaviness.”

Vocalist Rok Pristov noted that Rebirth draws inspiration from the Elden Ring game, saying each track on the 6-song mini album is an interpretation of the game’s antagonist boss characters. explained, “I was fascinated by the game’s atmosphere, character, design and the incredible depths of its storytelling.”

Rebirth is available here. You can also catch Within Destruction at one of the dates below with SiM and Fame On Fire. Get your tickets here.

4/19 Seattle, WA – The Neptune

4/20 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre

4/22 San Francisco, CA – August Hall

4/23 Los Angeles, CA – The Belasco Theater

4/25 San Diego, CA – House of Blues

4/26 Phoenix, AZ – Nile Theater

4/28 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell

4/29 Denver, CO – Summit

5/1 Dallas, TX – The Echo Lounge & Music Hall

5/3 Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall

5/4 Minneapolis, MN – Fineline

5/5 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall

5/7 Nashville, TN – The Basement East

5/8 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom

5/10 Charlotte, NC – The Underground

5/11 Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre

5/14 Philadelphia, PA – Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia

5/15 Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore

5/18 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall

5/20 Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall

5/21 Montreal, QC – Theatre Beanfield

5/23 New York, NY – Irving Plaza

5/24 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club

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