DOWN THE DRAIN: Former MALEVOLENT CREATION Frontman Returns With New Demo

DOWN THE DRAIN, the new Buffalo, NY-based quintet featuring former MALEVOLENT CREATION singer Brett Hoffmann, have made two demo tracks available via their page. The tracks available for download are "Dying Inside" and "Your Demise".

According to the group's official biography, "DOWN THE DRAIN is a metalcore band with elements of death metal, thrash metal and hardcore riffs. The songs consist of blistering lyrics, strong vocals, precise rhythms, endless grooves and massive guitar riffs. It can be enjoyed by many who are into both the death metal or hardcore world. Brett has brought both energy and a sense of excitement to the band... The songs have a passion about them that tears through you when at a show.. with a blend of angry aggressive vocals and melodic harmonies. experiencing a DOWN THE DRAIN show is like no other!"


Brett Hoffmann - Vocals
Chris Benbenek - guitar and Vocals
TJ Suto - Guitar
Scott O'Dell - Bass
Shane Rizziano - Drums


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