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Lake Malice Share New Track “Bloodbath”

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Lake Malice are making serious waves in the UK right now. Delivering the sort of sporadic, sizzling and sensational metal that is synonymous with their home isle, they are picking up fans with every frantic show they play. And with songs like the newly-released “Bloodbath” under their belts, you can see why.

A blend of soaring pop-rock, glitchy electronica and guttural metalcore, it’s a track that spans the breadth of alternative culture with ease. But aside from being sonically fascinating, it’s also a vital commentary on abusive relationships, serving as an outreached arm to anyone who needs support in the horrible situation they made find themselves in.

Vocalist Alice Guala had this to say:

Bloodbath carries a potent message about the perils of abusive relationships and explores the painful and all too common experience of feeling trapped with a controlling partner. This song is an anthem for anyone who has ever felt trapped and alone.”

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The song serves as a follow-up to the chaotic “Start The Party”, which sounds like this:

Lake Malice will be playing a series of shows over the Summer, including some supporting VUKOVI and Vended. Here are the dates:

  • May 20 – Rotterdam, NL @ Submit Fest
  • May 23 – Norwich, UK @ Waterfront %
  • May 24 – Bath, UK @ Moles %
  • May 25 – Milton Keynes, UK @ Craufurd Arms %
  • June 10 – Donington, UK @ Download Festival
  • June 19 – Southampton, UK @ Engine Rooms £
  • June 22 – Bristol, UK @ The Fleece £
  • June 21 – Manchester, UK @ Rebellion £
  • June 22 – London, UK @ The Dome £
  • July 06 –  Cheltenham, UK @ 2000trees Festival
  • July 30 – Manchester, UK @ Radar Festival
  • Sept 09 – Torquay, UK @ Burn It Down Festival
  • % – with VUKOVI
  • £ – with Vended
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