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Unleashing the Fury: Left to Suffer's Explosive Performance at Brooklyn Paramount

Photo: Ehud Lazin

Left to Suffer is a deathcore band hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, formed in 2019. They have quickly made a name for themselves with their unique blend of deathcore and nu-metal, a style they call "nu-deathcore." The band comprises Taylor Barber (vocals), Peter Higgs (guitar), Jacob Gordon (guitar), Christian Nowatzki (bass), and Alex Vavra (drums). Known for their intense and aggressive sound, Left to Suffer has released several albums and EPs, including A Year of Suffering (2020) and Feral (2023), and have collaborated with various artists within and outside their genre.

On May 15, 2024, Left to Suffer delivered a blistering performance at the Brooklyn Paramount in New York, leaving an indelible mark on the audience. The setlist featured a mix of their most aggressive and emotionally charged tracks, showcasing their versatility and raw energy.





Just for Now

Lost in the Dark


Primitive Urge

Artificial Anatomy (with Nathan Johnson of Fox Lake)

Disappoint Me

Photos: Ehud Lazin

The concert opened with "Anger," immediately setting a high-octane tone that resonated throughout the venue. Taylor Barber's guttural vocals were both ferocious and captivating, drawing the audience into the band's dark and heavy soundscape. "Loathe" and "Feral" followed, each track building upon the intensity with complex guitar riffs and thunderous drumming.

"Just for Now" provided a slight shift, adding melodic elements to their otherwise brutal set, showing the band's ability to blend different metal sub-genres seamlessly. The haunting "Lost in the Dark" created a palpable sense of atmosphere before the band launched into the relentless "D.N.R.," a fan favorite known for its brutal breakdowns and visceral energy.

A highlight of the night was "Artificial Anatomy," featuring a guest appearance by Nathan Johnson of Fox Lake. This collaboration brought an added layer of depth and excitement, with Johnson's presence amplifying the song's ferocity.

The set concluded with "Disappoint Me," a track that perfectly encapsulates Left to Suffer's sound - a blend of raw emotion and unyielding aggression. The band's tight performance and commanding stage presence left no doubt about their status as a rising force in the deathcore scene.

Left to Suffer's performance at the Brooklyn Paramount was a testament to their musical prowess and ability to connect with their audience. Their relentless energy and powerful stage presence made for an unforgettable night, cementing their reputation as one of the most exciting acts in modern deathcore.



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