Seeker is Jack Tyrrell on vocals, Jake Tozer and Chris Thorpe on guitars, Dan Thorpe on Drums and Jordan Tozer on Bass. Emerging on the scene in 2019, the nu metal-core band come from Surrey, England and as brothers, have grown up practicing and jamming together.
Individually they have had small projects on the go but when they decided to actually write music collectively, that is when Seeker was born.
The band have released three singles so far, ‘Deranged’, which definitely gained some positive momentum, achieving over 25,000 streams.
‘Pressure’, was released January this year and ‘Bite Your Tongue’, follows as their most recent release, alongside a neat and tidy video (05/03/2021).
Compared with their previous singles, I agree ‘Bite Your Tongue’ is their heaviest and most aggressive track to date, a smashing offering before they wallop us in the face with their upcoming E.P ‘Call It A Hatred’ due for release on the 7th of May and after listening to all their efforts so far, I am very excited.
‘Bite Your Tongue’ is a banging track, literally head banging. As time progresses, I am building a bond with this subgenre of alternative metal and it’s because of bands like Seeker. Just shy of 4 minutes long this track is a true example of face melting and soul stomping metal. The flow in general is clean and consistent and add to that some simple speckles of melodic samples that maintain your attention before you get dropped into slow down-tuned meaty breakdown.
‘Bite Your Tongue’ is certainly weighty and I am really eager to hear what they can bring to the table next because this blew my socks right off.
Pre Covid, Seeker were building their profile doing many shows across the U.K, including a support slot with the mighty Heart Of A Coward. Seeker’s main aim after Covid is to do as many shows as possible, like every band on the planet, they have truly missed playing live.
With a stuffed packed diary full of future tours and events already, there are plenty more to come, I am assured and confident they will bring it, destroy it and set it on fire.
Review by Tammy Lomax for MPM