FORESEEN: Finnish Crossover Act To Release Second Album
FORESEEN: Finnish Crossover Act To Release Second Album, Grave Danger, Via 20 Buck Spin In April; Spring US Tour Announced
Returning a few years and a few tours after their 2014-released Helsinki Savagery debut album set the world ablaze, Finland’s Foreseen is back with the topically resonant savage crossover burst, Grave Danger, their second album for 20 Buck Spin. Additionally, the band is plotting their return to the US directly in conjunction with the album’s release.
Continuing the direction of its predecessor, Grave Danger delivers the punishingly relentless pace and aggression now firmly established by the iron hammer of Foreseen. Here find scraping, throat-ripping vocals over lacerating thrash dominance and possessed hardcore breakdowns that twist seamlessly with an ever-increasing ‘80s heavy metal tenacity, exemplified on tracks like “Fearmonger,” “Bloodline,” and “Chemical Heritage.”
Foreseen also embraces social commentary and critique throughout as heard in the lyrics to “Government Cuts” and “Suicide Bomber,” among others.
With new albums from several of the leading crossover bands of the current era releasing in early 2017, Foreseen is set to carry the banner for the United Forces representing Finland and Europe in a genre particularly known and grown in the US.
Perhaps a perfect moment in time to unleash the fury of politically-minded no-joke crossover once again, 20 Buck Spin presents this new European invasion into North America during this shockingly dark hour.
Grave Danger will see LP, CD, and digital North American release via 20 Buck Spin on April 24th, with Svart handling the release for European territories. Watch for audio samples, preorder info, and more to be issued in the days ahead.
With a prior US tour supporting Power Trip, which saw the bands invading This Is Hardcore Fest and more, Foreseen will make their stateside return in support of Grave Danger. The band has scheduled a US run of tour dates, primarily alongside Red Death, from April 21st through May 7th, the shows concentrated in the Eastern and Southern regions of the country.