The sound of London’s Exist Immortal is impressive – their genre spanning, hook laden melodic metal is both unique and imaginative.
Since releasing their full length debut Darkness of and Age in 2014 Exist Immortal haven’t sat around doing nothing. Playing many festivals, countless tours and some of the biggest names in the underground from SikTh to Heart of a Coward, to Fallujah and Textures.
Their brand of modern metal has taken them from India to Italy and many countries in between. The album Breathe was released October 28th 2016 on Primordial Records and has been received extremely well by both fans and press. Metal Hammer wrote this in their (8/10) review: ‘The quintet delight the senses from the jump-off with their ability to construct expansive sonic soundscapes. Hypnotising electronics permeate opener saviour and plaintive ear-worm In Hindsight, but it’s frontman Meyrick de la Fuente’s soaring vocals layered over undulating riffage that truly stirs the soul.’
Having toured with the likes of Textures, SikTh, Ghost Iris and many others following their 2016 release, Exist Immortal are now releasing their strongest material to date, starting with the November 23rd 2018 release of single Satellites.
For fans of: Tesseract, Periphery, Textures, Protest The Hero