Having just signed to US label DAZE, Japanese metallic hardcore band View From the Soyuz have just dropped a banger of a track off their upcoming EP ‘Immaculate’.
The song is called ‘When My World Collapse’ and they explain, “This song is basically the one thing that is most important to me, music. Without music, I would be as good as dead.”
The song also features Tokyo hardcore legend in his own right, Senta of Numb. “To us, Numb is one of the most important hardcore bands in Japan. Though he’s been around for a long time, he has a great relationship with the younger generation. For these reasons we wanted the power of his immense voice on this song.”
The full EP drops on February 10th. Can’t wait to hear this monster! The CD version of the record (with t-shirt packages as well) is coming out on Dead Sky Recordings (labeled owned by Kruelty’s Zuma) and the vinyl version is coming out on DAZE.