Pridelands share “Antipathy” visualizer

Posted by on January 13, 2022


Australian metalcore outfit Pridelands are gearing up to release their long-awaited debut full-length effort, Light Bends, out tomorrow (14th) via SharpTone Records. The band has unveiled a visualizer for their latest single “Antipathy.” 


Vocalist Josh Cory comments:

“Antipathy is a song that we wrote to channel and cleanse some of the more negative emotions that we had during the time. It’s certainly the most quote/unquote “angry” song of the album, but it is not that simple. The name itself means that you severely dislike something, or have a strong aversion to it, so the lyrics and instruments try to address this as a double entendre. We feel this deep-seeded anger towards a subject, and also to ourselves for letting it drag us down. It’s a song about the vicious cycle of anger, and how we may try to break that, praying that we and the subject both make it out.”


Watch the clip below and pre-order the album here:



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