Thailand-based metalcore outfit ANNALYNN have shared their new single ‘Disappear’ after joining the Greyscale Records roster. Annalynn will make their debut in Australia in August supporting Void Of Vision on the Das Ende Australian Tour presented by Destroy All Lines.
Disappear is Annalynn’s first release in over two years and showcases the quintet at their strongest. Chaotic instrumentation leads the single to a triumphant chorus that balances soaring cleans with a heavy backbone. Disappear sees Annalynn lean into new territory and experiment with new vocal dynamics that set the tone for future releases.
The new track explores solemn themes, contemplating getting lost in one’s darker thoughts, feeling the lows, and sinking into them. Vocalist Bon explains: “Disappear is all about getting stuck in our thoughts when we feel down – If I can’t get better, sometimes I just wish everything around me would get darker so I can let myself disappear in the darkness.”
Annalynn will visit Australia for the first time in August on the Das Ende Australian Tour supporting Void Of Vision with Like Moths To Flames and Varials. Annalynn will travel across the nation debuting their live show to audiences in Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Tickets on sale now.
Having now shared their riotous live show with hundreds of thousands of fans both locally and internationally, Annalynn find themselves in the company of leading names in the Australian alternative community as they join the Greyscale Records family alongside Make Them Suffer, Alpha Wolf, Paledusk, The Beautiful Monument and Diamond Construct to name a few.
Forming in Bangkok in 2003, Annalynn cut their teeth playing to dedicated crowds across their continent, including an Asian tour alongside metalcore favorites While She Sleeps visiting Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan, followed shortly by a well-earned support slot for metal juggernauts Bring Me The Horizon. Annalynn also boasts a healthy list of support slots with the likes of Hatebreed, Misery Signals, The Ghost Inside, For The Fallen Dreams, and more.
The quintet set their sights on international domination early on and gained recognition from international metalcore heavyweights, collaborating with Jonathan Vigil of The Ghost Inside (US) in 2015 on Dead Weight, and Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake (JP) on Never Coming Down.
In 2017 Chad Ruhlig of For The Fallen Dreams (US) joined forces with Annalynn on Deceiver Believer before 2021’s album ‘A Conversation With Evil’ was released, featuring both Masato Hayakawa of Coldrain (JP) on Damage Control and Australia’s own fiery frontman CJ McMahon of Thy Art Is Murder on their highest streamed track so far Holy Gravity.