hERETICS iN tHE lAB are getting ready to celebrate the release of their new album, “Suture,” and ShockYa’s got the exclusive album stream!

“Suture,” via Sacrifice Records, is an album that highlights what hERETICS iN tHE lAB are all about–rock, avant-garde themes, and dramatic goth/industrial sounds. The lyric video for the track, “Some People,” is available right now at The band also has a static video for their first single, “Skin,” which you can watch right here.

h3, the main instrumentalist and producer, explained the meaning of “Some People” in a statement. “‘Some People’ is a song about pacified people who want be told what to think and want to believe what they’re told. It’s a warning to make sure those same people know to stay away from me.” A lyric video for “Some People” is in the works.

h3 is the backbone of hERETICS iN tHE lAB on Suture. Although the band performs live with additional members M1 (keys), tB (drums), kV (guitars), h3 is the main mastermind behind hERETICS iN tHE lAB.

Here’s more on the band:

“Drawing comparisons to Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Bile and Marilyn Manson, hERETICS iN tHE lAB has established themselves in the underground goth/industrial scene as a force to be reckoned with while still managing to appeal to more mainstream fans of heavy metal and rock. Known for the shear emotional intensity of their live shows as well as their erratic unpredictable song structures hERETICS iN tHE lAB consistently challenges unprepared audiences and leaves them awe-inspired.

Born from social loathing, an evolved conscious, and experimentation in sonic terrorism, Virginia-natives hERETICS iN tHE lAB take elements of industrial music, fine art, post-apocalyptic rock and roll, and avant-garde sound-scapes to form an incredibly intense hard-line industrial music experience drenched in ego and libido.”

If you’re in Norfolk, VA, head out to The Wave tonight, Nov. 12, to celebrate with the band at their CD Release Party.
For more on hERETICS iN tHE lAB, visit the band’s Facebook page.


By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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