Perth, Australia-based deathcore/black metal band MAKE THEM SUFFER is officially the first act to graduate from SignMeToRoadrunner Records' dynamic free service that mimics the actual A&R process using social networking tactics — to a deal with Roadrunner.

On the back of the group's stunning "Lord Of Woe" EP, MAKE THEM SUFFER was brought to the attention of Roadrunner's Australian A&R executives after posting their tracks on SignMeTo. It was at this point that label staff were intrigued to see if MAKE THEM SUFFER could execute their unique blend of modern extreme metal, neo-classical strings, dark piano lines, razor-sharp riffing, crazy blast beats and roaring vocals in the live environment. Seeing the band up close in a small sweaty club immediately verified this in spades. The band sounded as good live as their EP had promised, with the multiple layers of each track finding space amongst the chaos and complexity.

Now in 2012, MAKE THEM SUFFER is preparing the impending release of its debut full-length album, "Neverbloom". Engineered by Roland Lim (BIRDS OF TOKYO), who also produced the "Lord Of Woe" EP, the world-class debut release captures the depth, darkness, musical prowess and brutality that is MAKE THEM SUFFER.

"Neverbloom" will be released on May 25 on Roadrunner Records in Australia.


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