Beauty In The Suffering Premier "Juliet (You're Mine)" Lyric Video watch now!
Oklahoma City based Industrial Metal band Beauty In The Suffering have released their official lyric video for their new track "Juliet (You're Mine)." The track, originally premiering with Bloody Disgusting was written, programmed, arranged, performed, and produced by DieTrich Thrall and features drums from Chris Emery (American Head Charge). The track can be purchased using the "name your own price" model on the band's Bandcamp here.
Check out Beauty In The Suffering's "Juliet (You're Mine)" Official Lyric Video:
"Excited to be able to introduce everybody to our new single 'JULIET' (You're Mine)!' Very much inspired by the many friends who have filled my social media news feeds with all of their experiences and confessions of unrequited love.. Makes me wonder why we put ourselves through this soul-crushing crucible in the first place - that we could somehow find that ONE person to fill ALL of the many holes in our heart. But then, if it had been too easy - would it have mattered as much..?
Broken pieces of the mess that you left behind you.. The Beauty We Glean From The Suffering We Have Endured Can NEVER Be Denied.." DieTrich Thrall (Beauty In The Suffering)
The band recently completed summer tour dates hitting a dozen markets in the Midwest and Southern United States.
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About Beauty In The Suffering:
Artist & producer DieTrich Thrall is known among industrial-metal fans for his work in the band Marazene (also known as Marazene Machine), who scored a hit with their extreme cover of Motley Crüe's “Live Wire” in 2011. Since then, Thrall has formed a new supergroup dubbed Beauty In The Suffering, featuring an ever-expanding lineup that includes veterans from American Head Charge, Dope, Genitorturers, Skinlab, Razorblade Dolls and many more.
Using a unique DIY studio approach to songwriting which includes writing, programming, arranging, performing every instrument (except live drums, which are first programmed before bringing in a live drummer), and vocalizing, Dietrich fulfills the creative roles most bands use a full lineup to accomplish; which also draws immediate comparisons to such artists as TRENT REZNOR (NINE INCH NAILS) and KLAYTON (CELLDWELLER) who use a similar studio approach.
Members of TRAPT, American Head Charge, DOPE, Team Cybergeist, The Genitorturers, Rikets, Skinlab, Nocturne, The Razorblade Dolls, and Anti-Mortem are special guests in various studio and visual roles under the direction of DieTrich as he puts into place a multi-media experience introducing the band’s initial songs with original artwork, multiple full production zombie videos, and a self-titled short zombie film.