Saving Vice bringing “I, Dysmorphia” to light on a superficial earth

Vermont metalcore band, Saving Vice, hit us with another banger: “I, Dysmorphia” only a month apart from our last posting!

Normally we try to space out coverage of specific bands so they aren’t too close together, but Saving Vice deserves a bit of a shoutout on this one. Starting off with their rap style and transitioning to aggressive and clean vocals has us reeling from the impact. The use of sub bass and close up rap vocals, transitioning to huge metalcore choruses makes for an impressive progression. The chorus is extra singable and the overall ebb and flow of the song leaves tons of room for expression. If you like the classic melodic nature of metalcore and can make some room for growls and rapping, give this one a look!

Listen to “I, Dysmorphia” by Saving Vice here, and be sure to follow them up!

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Metalcore heavy hitters Saving Vice don’t let up

We’ve been sharing music from Saving Vice regularly for a few years now, and one thing is for sure: the Vermont five-piece doesn’t intend on giving up.

Each track they drop takes the band to a new level, and while “Culling Kindness” is quite different from their recent rap-metal track “White Rabbit”, it’s still perfectly on brand for the band.

If you want to hear one of the hardest hitting tracks of 2022, don’t skip “Culling Kindness”!

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