BODYSNATCHER: Florida Deathcore Outfit Unveils “Take Me To Hell” Single; New Video Now Playing

BODYSNATCHER: Florida Deathcore Outfit Unveils "Take Me To Hell" Single; New Video Now Playing 

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Melbourne, Florida-based brutal deathcore outfit and recent eOne signees BODYSNATCHER today unveil their newest single, "Take Me To Hell."

The band released their "Break The Cycle" single just before the close of 2020 and, before the dust has even settled, have come out swinging with this crushing new track. A testament to brutal slam worship, "Take Me To Hell" showcases a band that's heavier and more dialed in than ever before.

Notes guitarist Kyle Carter, "'Take Me To Hell' comes from a very dark mindset that I feel a lot of people experience at one point or another. Whether those thoughts last, varies person to person. For me, those feelings are brief, but I felt it was necessary to write them down and share them."

View BODYSNATCHER's "Take Me To Hell" video at THIS LOCATION. Stream the track HERE.


View the band's previously released video for "Break The Cycle" HERE.

BODYSNATCHER - a name inspired by notorious serial killer Ed Gein - brings an updated and brutal formula to deathcore, infusing elements of hardcore, beatdown, and deathcore to their scathing hymns. The band currently consists of founding vocalist Kyle Medina, drummer Chris Whited, formerly of King Conquer, bassist Kyle Shope, formerly of Float Face Down, and guitarist Kyle Carter formerly of Dealey Plaza and Beacons.

The band's This Heavy Void full-length, released in 2019, was met with accolades from fans and critics alike with New Transcendence hailing, "their most oppressive record yet," adding, "BODYSNATCHER do more than pick up where their previous, critically acclaimed fusion of beatdown and deathcore left off. Instead, the band provide what is their most comprehensive display of emotion and aggression to date, using everything from vicious grooves to spine-shrinking slams to match the weight and intensity of their lyrical content to create what stands to be one of the first in a blossoming breed of monstrous deathcore releases with true angst, emotion and meaning behind every flesh-shredding breakdown." The band's ferocious live presentation has earned them slots on tours with the likes of contemporary deathcore torchbearers Enterprise Earth, Spite, Lorna Shore, Chelsea Grin, Slaughter To Prevail, and many others. Stay tuned for more BODYSNATCHER news to be unleashed in the weeks to come.


Kyle Shope - bass

Chris Whited - drums

Kyle Carter - guitar

Kyle Medina - vocals


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