Screamo Band TNG Unveil Debut Album – A “Collection of Pain” [Philippines]

I don’t know why, your every hello feels like every goodbye
A fleeting glimpse of beauty like ephemeral rainbows in the sky
Or like how I miss my pillow
Every morning when I leave my bed

You all don’t even know how quickly we pressed play on this thing…

Philippines-based screamo band TNG have been tugging on heartstrings for a minute now, and today they’ve released their full-length album entitled ‘gad’ that the band themselves describe as “a collection of pain and experiences”. The record was initially intended to be released in 2019 and then you all know how that story goes for millions of people all over the world. “We delayed its release but by doing so we found more time to really think and come up with these sounds that resonate with what TNG stands for; a visual experience through sounds and artistry. All our songs are created through jam sessions that we then eventually turn into full-fledged songs. Even the lyrics are often sung and created on the spot while recording. That’s why we think this record comes across as raw and emotional because we let everything out right then and there.”

The band wants to send a huge thank you to both¬†Ariel Lumanlan Jr. of Arcadia/Chelsea Alley/Til Kingdom and Hannah Jabla of This is Where I Make Music/Bird./Lindenwood who produced and engineered this album. “We never thought that anyone would believe in us and trust us to make this album at no cost at all. We also couldn’t have done this without the help of Keith Coballes of Tidal who mixed and mastered the album.”

The band has added a new member (Kim Suico of Stop Light Go) and are already working on new songs. is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!