These guys from the south are all about Weaponised Melodeath Savagery!

FuryBorn exploded onto the live music scene in April 2011, lacerating eardrums with their razor-sharp, angular riffs, gatling cannon drum style and intense, chorus-driven arrangements. They quickly gained a reputation for unpredictable and incendiary live performances, pounding audiences into volatile battlegrounds and leaving a trail of broken yet elated casualties in their wake.

The band immediately set about asserting their dominance in their home town of Bournemouth on the South coast of England, smashing all competition in a devastating melee to win the regional Metal 2 The Masses competition. This triumph earned FuryBorn a coveted slot at Bloodstock Open Air, plus the distinction of being the first ever Bournemouth band to play the legendary festival; a feat accomplished on only their seventh ever live assault.

Check out Furyborn’s latest video being ‘A Fault In Our Design’ below¬†

The band followed this by launching an aggressive touring campaign throughout the South, grinding several high-profile venues into glass and creating heaps of sweaty, blood-soaked, metal-riddled corpses.

This relentless intensity caught the attention of indie label Bored Stiff Records, which oversaw the release of the debut EP, ‘The Reaping Of Our Days’, released globally on 23/1/2012. The acclaimed release was greatly received by both critics and ravenous fans, frantic to own a copy of the soundtrack to their own inevitable moshpit-based destruction.

Another awesome track called “This Fury Reborn

in early 2015 the band released what would be their first single ‘A fault in our design’ from the follow up debut album to The Reaping of our Days ‘Dawn of leviathan’ then on completion of mixing and mastering the album unleashed the devastating second single ‘I Am Heresy’ to much acclaim.

Destroying stages with metal monoliths such as Napalm Death, Threat Signal, Mors Principium Est, Sylosis, The Agonist, Malefice, The Defiled, Evile, HED (pe) and Ted Maul has only served to escalate the band’s hunger to eviscerate audiences everywhere, and they are now on a perpetual hunt to find fresh meat for the grinder.

Lets see what Jut Tabor has to say about Vocalzone!

“I’ve been using Vocalzone for years now, and don’t leave for a show without their amazing throat pastilles. When it comes to taking care of my voice nothing else will do.”

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