Gadget Premieres New Song “I Don’t Need You / Dead And Gone” via MetalSucks
As Sweden’s decimating grind faction GADGET is set to make a triumphant return with its first new album in ten years, MetalSucks has premiered the latest single from The Great Destroyer, “I Don’t Need You / Dead And Gone.” MetalSucks commented on the song,
“Talk about truth in advertising: featuring seventeen blistering tracks with all the warmth and kindness of a rabid Doberman and a guest appearance from Napalm Death’s Barney Greenway (which is just about the most prestigious endorsement a grind band can hope for), The Great Destroyer will, indeed, destroy you. Greatly.”
“I Don’t Need You / Dead And Gone” can be streamed AT THIS LOCATION.
The Great Destroyer will see worldwide release on CD/LP/Digital this March 4, 2016. Last month, Noisey premiered two other new tracks from the album – stream “Violent Hours (For A Veiled Awakening)” and the title track “The Great Destroyer” now at THIS LOCATION.
A blistering high-speed assault of relentless grind, GADGET’s new album The Great Destroyer is a cohesive exercise in extremity that blends hints of doom, sludge and death metal with unadulterated, old-school grindcore. The result is an album that is as memorable and infectious as it is pummeling and explosive. With The Great Destroyer, GADGET have released their most accomplished material to date!
Though the band has generally flown under the radar in the general metal consciousness, Gavle, Sweden’s GADGET has roots that trace back to 1997. The band have always included influences from every other extreme genre that they’ve been fond of, like doom, sludge, hardcore punk, death metal, black metal and more, never letting genre boundaries stand in the way of their path of destruction. At the time of the band’s formation, GADGET existed as the grinding alter-ego of a metalcore band whose members, including GADGET founder William Blackmon, simply switched instruments. Rikard Olsson and William teamed up in the winter of 99/00, and wrote the first GADGET demo as a duo. The band then joined forces with Emil Englund to record a second demo, which was strong enough to grab the attention of Relapse Records, who signed the band for the release of their debut full-length Remote (2004), now featuring Fredrik Nygren. Remote was extensively well-received, as was its 2006 follow-up The Funeral March. After touring Europe twice and performing at dozens of festivals worldwide, including at Maryland Deathfest and Auditory Assault in the US, GADGET have proven themselves to be a relentless grindcore force live as well as on record.
William Blackmon – Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Rikard Olsson – Guitar
Emil Englund – Vocals
Fredrik Nygren – Bass
The Great Destroyer Tracklisting & Album Art: