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THROWN DROP VISUALIZER FOR “NEW LOW”

“This rips” — Daniel P. Carter/Radio 1 Rock Show

Swedish quartet thrown, fronted by vocalist Marcus Lundqvist and drummer/producer Buster Odeholm (Vildhjarta, Humanity’s Last Breath), have dropped their aggressive third single “new low,” which is streaming now via Arising Empire.


Presenting lyrics filled with anger, the four-piece effectively blends intense and crushing guitars with catchy yet aggressive vocal rhythms. Without warning, thrown aim to dominate with their modern take on heavy music.

 Lundqvist and Odeholm are joined by Johan Liljeblad and Andreas Malm on guitars, as thrown spread their mix of gut-punching metalcore and anger-inciting hardcore.

With ambition already pushing the band to seek out touring opportunities throughout 2022, it’ll be no time before thrown have you singing a long and burning through all your energy in the pit at a live show.

THROWN - FAST FORWARD

THROWN - GRAYOUT

thrown are:
Marcus Lundqvist | Vocals
Johan Liljeblad | Guitar
Andreas Malm | Guitar
Buster Odeholm | Drums

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