Artist info

Genre

Metal


Sounds like

Polaris, The Devil Wears Prada


band members

David De La Hoz - Vocals Jamie Marinos - Guitar Liam Fowler - Guitar Jeremy Hughes - Bass Luke Weber - Drums


Unearthed artists we like

Advocates, DREGG, Foxblood, DVSR, Polaris


Website

Bio

19th July 2019 is the detonation date for Melbourne heavy act Wither! They are set to unleash a whole new level of panic into the world with the announcement of their new single Use Me. The new single is a standalone follow-up to their acclaimed debut EP Rot and I.

To all who thought Wither's debut output was heavy, prepare to be buried under the weight of this all-out assault, aimed directly at social climbers.

After a SOLD OUT East Coast Australian tour with Deathcore royalty Thy Art Is Murder in July, the band will be celebrating the launch of Use Me on Friday, August 23rd with a massive headline at The Northcote Social Club, with support from Diamond Construct, Forsaker & Vatic. Tickets are now on sale.

Withers story started with conversations between friends in the downtime between tours and recording sessions - and the five members found time to explore their own sound together.

Artists David De La Hoz (Belle Haven), Jamie Marinos, Luke Weber (Dream On Dreamer), Liam Fowler (Pridelands) and Jeremy Hughes have played alongside, recorded or produced one anotherʼs music in different projects for years - and it became clear that it was time to pull their experience together to form Wither.

After releasing Rot and I at the end of 2018, the band wasted no time living up to their media appointed title of Super Group by selling out their first show at The Workers Club in Melbourne. This single launch show is SURE to follow suit - so get your tickets for the Use Me single launch NOW!

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

07 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

I love how this starts huge and just seems to get bigger and bigger as the song goes on.

I love how this starts huge and just seems to get bigger and bigger as the song goes on.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

wither have summoned satan on this titan.

wither have summoned satan on this titan.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

23 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

Mixture of fury and frustration in these lyrics and just the right vocal to deliver the flame.

Mixture of fury and frustration in these lyrics and just the right vocal to deliver the flame.