Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer have had the pedal to the metal since the release of their last album, Old Souls, in 2015. The band has toured relentlessly both at home and abroad with artists including Parkway Drive, Architects, Pvris, August Burns Red and Whitechapel, everywhere from Indonesia to Poland and in between.

They found the time to get back in the studio to create Ether, a slab of churning, ethereal noise that’s about to crack 3 million streams as well as landing the band strong triple j rotation, all the while pushing and pulling the limits of their writing behind the scenes to make something new.

If Old Souls was a cathartic, melodic step forward from debut album Neverbloom’s crushing heartache, Worlds Apart is a jump into the unknown. It’s heavy as can be but still bittersweet. Melodic, though aggressive; experimental and captivating. Worlds Apart is a statement of intent from a band not content to repeat themselves in a scene renowned for shunning change, and you need to hear it. Cracking both the Australian ARIA and USA Billboard 200 on debut, Make Them Suffer knocked out a 88 date world tour in support of the record.