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TURIN UNVEIL 'ENVY' SINGLE

Written by: Seth Werkheiser

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“Envy” is the latest single from UK misery conjurors TURIN (formerly This Is Turin). The latest bruiser comes by way of the band’s upcoming new full-length, The Unforgiving Reality In Nothing, set for release on July 12th via MNRK Heavy.


At once intense and visceral, TURIN ’s The Unforgiving Reality In Nothing is an unflinching glimpse into the harsh realities of what it means to be human, mental health, the loss of faith, and struggling to let go of trauma in a desperate attempt to find oneself.


Comments the band on “Envy,” “The track is about the dangers of comparing yourself to others. Seeing the projected perfect lives of others and struggling to find this equilibrium in your own life.”

As well as it being an acronym for TURIN, The Unforgiving Reality In Nothing is at the heart of the album’s concept for all the lyrics. Notes the band, All five of us have been in situations where we act like nothing’s wrong or bothering us and the reality of doing that is unforgiving. It harms us. It can impact those around us and often the reality of the situation doesn’t change until we speak up and look for support. In some cases, forgiveness.”


For The Unforgiving Reality In Nothing, TURIN worked with one of the UK’s finest heavy metal producers and multiple Heavy Music Awards nominee Lewis Johns (Loathe, Rolo Tomassi, Ithaca, Employed To Serve, Svalbard, Conjurer, Pupil Slicer) creating a milestone in the band’s long history in the metal scene, a pure evolution of their sound and writing ability to define a new chapter for UK deathcore.

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Influenced by a diverse range of extreme music subgenres, TURIN is known for their bludgeoning live shows, earning them Kerrang’s MCN Live Award with appearances at the UK’s top festivals such as Bloodstock Open Air and Techfest plus support tours with Martyr Defiled, Decapitated, Within Destruction, Hacktavist, Ingested, SikTh, Origin, and Dragged Into Sunlight.

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