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Experimental/noise rock band TAYNE release new single ‘Corrupt’

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London-based experimental/noise rock band TAYNE have revealed their new single ‘Corrupt’, to celebrate the release of their brand new EP Coherent, out today (2nd July 2021) via Armalyte Industries.

For fans of HEALTHCode OrangeNine Inch Nails and Author & Punisher, the EP features new material and two remixes, by JESU and Poisonous Birds.

The band comment on their new single: 

“This is the most ‘jam band’ sounding track we’ve ever written, it’s one big arch and is the first time we have come together as a band to contribute equally to a track. Themes deal with exhaustion of failure and lack of willingness to better situations.”

Stream/purchase the Coherent EP here: https://linktr.ee/Tayneband

TAYNE‘s concept originated as a satire on contemporary pop music. With heavier music seeping into the mainstream, TAYNE was formed to try and test the limits of “pop music” ideologies.

Heavy, industrial soundscapes serve as a juxtaposition alongside calculated, overproduced sounds and vocals with the classic verse-chorus-verse pop structures.

TAYNE’s music has been described as an aural assault, welding atmospheric vocals, punishing guitars and pulsating electronics to create immersive and intense sounds.

The band released their album BREATHE in 2018, with themes exploring self-doubt and insecurities. Since then, TAYNE have gone on to share the stage with the likes of HEALTH and Acid Mothers Temple.

The band’s new material was recorded and produced with Wayne Adams of PETBRICK BIG LAD in his studio in London.

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