Aussie metal outfit Remains sign to Melbourne’s Disdain Records for debut LP
Comprising some of the biggest and most prolific names in the Australian metal and grind scene, Remains have announced their signing with Melbourne’s Disdain Records ahead of the release of their debut LP.
First forming back in 2019, Remains might be a relatively nascent moniker in the grand scheme of things, though their legacy is already undeniable… even without a full-length album to their name just yet.
Consisting of members of groups such as Blood Duster, Captain Cleanoff, The Day Everything Became Nothing, The Kill, Fuck… I’m Dead, Undinism and One Inch Punch/Mid Youth Crisis, its personnel bring decades of combined experience to the table.
With the likes of the legendary Tony ‘Tone Bone’ Forde on vocals, and Jay Allen on percussion, Remains have fast ensured their burgeoning legacy is one to be remembered, having played numerous shows on local soil, along with a number of international supports, featuring alongside iconic names such as Obituary and Cattle Decapitation.
Now, 2022 is gearing up be Remains’ year, with the group recently announcing their signing to Melbourne’s Disdain Records, who have previously been responsible for releases from the likes of Private Function, Protospasm, Nephalem, Shatter Brain, Requiem, Money Boys, and The Bennies’ frontman Anty.
“We are extremely proud to welcome the kings of Australian metal, Remains, to the Disdain family,” Disdain Records wrote in a statement on Facebook. “This band comes fully equipped to destroy.”
Though forced to be sidelined for much of the last two years thanks to a global pandemic, Remains are officially back in action now, having returned to the studio earlier last month.
The group are also gearing up to release their debut album through Disdain Records later this year, with the forthcoming record described by the label as “ultimate stadium grind album”. Just what exactly does ‘stadium grind’ sound like? Well, that remains to be seen…
This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.