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EMPLOYED TO SERVE ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM “ETERNAL FORWARD MOTION”

Nasty hardcore band, Employed to serve is set to release their debut May 10th on Spinefarm Records,  I am gonna admit… Who the hell is this female fronted nasty hardcore band??!! I love receiving emails from reps that make your jaw drop when the music starts. The opening music grabs hold of you and when the surprising female vocals come screaming through your speakers, you really do a double take and start to wonder… Who the hell is this band. So I had to go search for more of Employed To Serve.  Here is what I found..

Formed in 2012, this young five-piece already has two full-length outings to its name, along with a series of EPs/singles. 2015 saw the release of the Greyer Than You Remember album, with the award-winning The Warmth Of A Dying Sun following two years later. It was truly a breakthrough mission statement. In support of their recordings, ETS have performed at a number of UK and European festivals (Download, Graspop, Boomtown, 2000Trees, With Full Force, ArtcTanGent, Lowlands, and more), as well as touring with the likes of Code Orange, Stick yo Your Guns, Counterparts, Stray From the Path, Milk Teeth, Rolo Tomassi, Jamie Lenman (as main support at Lenmania Festival), and Black Peaks. –press release

“Without struggle there is no triumph — the human mind manages to flick between polar opposites, from taking life one day at a time and living in the moment to self-destructing and creating a bitter outlook. It’s important to acknowledge both. Keep moving forward and don’t look back.” – Justine Jones, Employed to Serve

EMPLOYED TO SERVE, one of the most exciting heavy bands on the planet and winner of Kerrang!’s Album of the Year with 2017’s The Warmth Of A Dying Sun, have announced their new album Eternal Forward Motion. The record will be released on May 10 via Spinefarm Records.

Listen to and watch the video for the new single “Force Fed” here.
Defnitely go to their facebook page and give them a like then a share. They are well worth it.