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Hollow Front Reflect On ‘The Fear Of Letting Go’ With New Record

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Hollow Front have made their comeback with the announcement of a new full-length record The Fear Of Letting Go. Serving as a follow-up to 2022’s The Price Of Dreaming, a lot has changed since then. Mainly the departure of guitarist Dakota Alverez in January. However that hasn’t slowed them down in terms of continuing their ascent up the metalcore ladder. And with this announcement, they are placing themselves back at the front of the pack.

The Fear Of Letting Go is scheduled for release on October 27 via UNFD. It will ten brand-new tracks, two of them featuring work crafted by Dakota before his departure. They are “Underpressure” and “Letting Go“. The album will also feature a guest spot from ERRA’s JT Cavey on “Crash & Burn”.

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The band have also shared a new song in the form of “We’re All Left Suffering“. A crushing, cathartic and cool-as-anything piece of metalcore craftsmanship. From the technically flourishing riffs to the bellowed vocals to the meaty breakdowns, it’s an absolute beast. Reflecting on the last few years and how it has left so many battered and bruised, it is a song for all those sick of feeling sorry for themselves in the aftermath of the chaos. A reminder that we are more than we think we are and this world is more beautiful than it feels like it is. A chest-beating and blood-pumping statement for those who have had enough.

Vocalist Tyler Tate elaborated on this point, stating, “This track is an anthem for the broken-spirited. We live in a world riddled with heartache and constant struggle. Whether mentally, physically, or financially, we are a collective of human beings doing our best to survive.”

“I think with everything that’s happened in the world over these last three years, things might seem hopeless. It feels like the whole world has gone mad, and we’re all just here suffering along for the ride. It can be incredibly discouraging being a human in today’s social and economic climate. So I think this song is for those people who are sick of dealing with the bullshit life is throwing at them, and just want to truly breathe for once.”

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