OUR HOLLOW, OUR HOME Release New Single ‘Burn In The Flood’
Southampton bruisers Our Hollow, Our Home (OHOH) are setting up to unleash a new album and if their latest single, Burn In The Flood is any indication of what is to come — fans can expect barbaric metalcore at its finest.
Hearty blast beats interlaced with staccato guitar rhythms and pummeling bass, offers up a weighted and technical sound with airy progressive undertones.
The duality of Connor Hallisey’s gutturals and Tobias Young’s resonant croons advances OHOH higher on the food chain than your average metalcore troupe, and pushes the potency of the track’s message of overcoming the despondency of being a musician in 2020. Young shares about the track:
2020 has been a massive struggle for us as musicians and our fans, who have had their experience of seeing live music, ripped from them.
‘Burn In The Flood’ is about overcoming adversity and fighting your way out of an overwhelming situation. I think this is something we can all reflect on after the year we had.
Details of the new album are yet to be released, the ferocity of Burn In The Flood will undoubtedly tide fans over while simultaneously covetous.