Artist info

Genre

Metal, Rock


Sounds like

Bleeding Through, dimmu borgir, Whitechapel


band members

Vocals: Sean Harmanis, Guitar: Nick McLernon, Guitar: Craig Buckingham, Bass: Christopher Arias-Real, Drums: Tim Madden, Keyboard: Louisa Burton


Influences

dimmu borgir, Whitechapel, Bleeding Through


Bio

Since the release of their debut EP “Lord Of Woe”, Make Them Suffer have received both national and worldwide acclaim. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Roland Lim [BIRDS OF TOKYO], their music has been compared in Blunt Magazine to the likes of BEHEMOTH, THE ACACIA STRAIN and BLEEDING THROUGH, and has been described as “A tortured collection of sorrow and pain-filled brutality that just may be one of the most impressive metal releases of the year” – Drum Media The release of “Lord Of Woe” has also seen MAKE THEM SUFFER embark across Australia on their debut national tour (the first of many) as well as play alongside such international acts as A DAY TO REMEMBER, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, UNEARTH, DARKEST HOUR, THE ACACIA STRAIN, WINDS OF PLAGUE, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME and many more. Having been featured in Blunt Magazine’s “Top 25 Australian Bands to check out this year”, being included in June’s poster edition of Blunt Magazine, armed with a critically acclaimed release, a national tour, an extensive fan base and a sea of solid shows under their belt, Make Them Suffer have begun preparing their highly anticipated colossal full-length, to be released in early 2012. “This EP is of global standard, and must not be overlooked.” – [9/10] Beat Magazine “An impressive debut and one to keep an eye on.” – [4/5] Blunt Magazine “This is the way forward in 2011.” [4/5] – GRTR “From the bile ridden vocals on the EP that are spat out with raw emotion, to the truly full on brutal blast beats, fast guitar riffs and symphonic keys they have made a truly stunning EP.” – [5/5] – Alter The Press “The gulf between thrown together gig and properly professional deathcore gig was apparent the second Make Them Suffer hit the stage.” - soundsofthestage “The whole band has impressive presence on stage, throwing themselves about and when a breakdown dropped the whole band bounced as one.” - soundsofthestage DEBUT EP 'LORD OF WOE' OUT NOW AND AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE THROUGH ITUNES, NATIONALLY THROUGH JBHIFI AND VARIOUS OTHER STORES!

Review

Reviewed by itsthegabster itsthegabster

21 Oct 2013

40

br00tal

br00tal

Review

TheFox

20 Mar 2012

50

Brutal as hell

Brutal as hell

Review

Casual Man

12 Jan 2011

50

AWESOME

AWESOME