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UK thrashers SOLITARY Unveil the 3rd Video from Their Incredible New Album, The Truth Behind The Lies.

UK thrashers Solitary have unveiled the third video from their incredible new album, The Truth Behind The Lies. Following on from the powerful call to arms of “Abominate: and the dark defiance of “I Will Not Tolerate” comes the cold fury of “Catharsis”, a song that shines an unflinching spotlight on the plight of the homeless in modern day Britain.

A feast of uncompromising riffs and irresistible hooks, “Catharsis” is yet another highlight from one of the most consistently excellent thrash metal albums of recent years!

Worship Metal had this to say about The Truth Behind The Lies in our Album Of The Week Review back in September 2020: ….”if the latest releases from TestamentXentrix and Onslaught rocked your sweaty fuckin’ socks off then The Truth Behind The Lies is mandatory listening”. 

Solitary – “Catharsis”:

Speaking about the new video, Solitary front man Rich Sherrington said,”‘Catharsis’ deals with the debilitating state of anxiety, but the lyrics lent themselves really well to the homeless crisis that we wanted to highlight in the video. It’s an issue we feel passionately about and people need to see ‘the truth behind the lies’ – who’d have thought the UK government would misquote and distort the figures to mask the actual reality of the situation?”

As well as highlighting the ongoing problem of homelessness in the video for “Catharsis” Solitary have also contributed a track to the charity compilation album Moshin’ The Roof On Vol. 2, organised by the UK Thrashers group and featuring the cream of UK thrash.

Find out more here: https://ukthrashers.org/moshin-the-roof-on/

The Truth Behind The Lies is available now on Metalville Records

Solitary – The Truth Behind The Lies (2020)

About Chris Jennings (1986 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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