Merseyside newcomers God Complex have just shared a brand new track, ‘Breeding Filth’, which comes from their newly announced debut EP, ‘Created Sick’.
Speaking about the track, guitarist Kyle Holt explains it was influenced by a Syrian chemical weapons attack last year.
“‘Breeding Filth’ was created before the current incarnation of God Complex came to be. It was always intended to be a single, so it made perfect sense to include it on our first EP. The subject matter was largely influenced by a news article on the Assad regime’s chemical weapons attack on a Syrian town called Khan Shaykhun in early 2017. Initially, focused on war atrocities, the track grew into a more encompassing commentary on the dark nature of humanity and how it shapes the world we live in.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Breeding Filth’ via the embedded player below.
The band’s forthcoming debut EP, ‘Created Sick’, is due on October 5th 2018 via Venn Records.
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