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Perth, Australia (2007 – present)

Make Them Suffer is an Australian band from Perth, Australia. They formed in 2007 and currently are signed to Roadrunner Records. They released their debut EP, Lord Of Woe, on 27 September 2010. They released their debut album, Neverbloom, on 25 May 2012, which peaked at No. 74 on the Billboard 200.

The EP Showcased an eclectic blend of Symphonic Black Metal, Death Metal and Deathcore among other genres. It received a wide-spread amount of critical acclaim all over the world and had them featured in 2011´s poster edition of Blunt Magazine, as well as Blunt Magazines “Top 25 Australian Bands To Check Out This Year”. Drum Media described “Lord Of Woe” as “A tortured collection of sorrow and pain-filled brutality that just may be one of the most impressive metal releases of the year”.

Now, in 2012 Make Them Suffer have began preparing the impending release of their debut full-length album, available world-wide in May through Roadrunner Records. In light of their EP the album “Neverbloom” is to be recorded by Roland Lim who also received an abundance of acclaim for his production on “Lord Of Woe”. While the band have big shoes to fill, dawdling in the shadow of their EP, they have set their sights high in hopes that their debut album “Neverbloom” will allow them to surpass the recognition received from “Lord Of Woe” and catapult them into the global the market. In 2012, Neverbloom is coming.

Heres what people have said so far:

“This EP is of global standard, and must not be overlooked.” – [9/10] Beat Magazine

“From the bile ridden vocals on the EP that are spat out with raw emotion, to the truly full on brutal blast beats, fast guitar riffs and symphonic keys they have made a truly stunning EP.” – [5/5] – Alter The Press


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  • ColdSlaughter

    and certainly this is not black metal but at least is better than almost all deathcore bands out there.

    Yesterday 6:23am Reply
  • ColdSlaughter

    the new song is gay as fuck hahaha but I still love this band.

    Yesterday 6:21am Reply
  • Gogacka

    Hey! check out Evidence the lost new album

    13 Oct 11:29pm Reply
  • ReaIis

    Let me in is great

    5 Oct 3:35am Reply
  • unknown0_0

    Cool band

    2 Oct 3:26am Reply
  • SXR85G

    f**king awesome

    12 Sep 9:35am Reply
  • Alone_Fox

    the Satan was born in my player [2]

    3 Sep 1:55pm Reply
  • A13k5G

    this is not black metal, this is a shit metal, hahahahahahaha [2]

    17 Aug 9:07am Reply
  • ValeriaSixx

    the new single is good [2]

    4 Aug 5:26am Reply
  • kalorobot3000

    Maelstrom > Neverbloom > Chronicles

    21 Jul 7:10am Reply
  • kalorobot3000

    My favorite group.

    18 Jul 6:27pm Reply
  • claudiothrash

    this is not black metal, this is a shit metal, hahahahahahaha

    18 Jul 4:52pm Reply
  • Ice_Wizard

    Let Me In is great!

    16 Jul 9:54pm Reply
  • DiendJap

    Let Me In kinda sucks. Meh, I hope the rest of the album will be better.

    16 Jul 7:39pm Reply
  • deadtarget

    the Satan was born in my player

    10 Jul 6:58am Reply
  • ochuel

    So many of the them that they have a site just for those bands. Got

    3 Jul 1:41pm Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    v Yup, just look at the tons of Youtube recommendations for popular djent/metalcore acts and you'll find tons of them.

    26 Jun 4:23pm Reply
  • Bluntside5050

    v I would be glad to point you in that direction from what the band's latest offering sounds like...go to bands that are prog metalcore with that 'djent' sound to them. it won't be hard to find because there's a slew of em all over the place.

    5 Jun 10:40am Reply
  • Krushrpants

    Looks like I'm the minority here, but to me every release tops the last. Let Me In is great. Sure the sound changes a bit each time, but that's to be expected. All this to say: If Let Me In is 'mainstream-sounding', please point me in the direction of other, similar-sounding songs/artists because Ive not found much (if anything) that sounds very similar.

    29 May 3:20am Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    "It's not bad music, but I want stuff like Lord Of Woe." Never going to happen, and now these guys are djent-metalcore trendsters. It's been a steady decline for these guys since the beginning.

    18 May 12:38pm Reply
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