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If you like your rock with some fangs, prepare to bite into Paralysis Demon, aka the latest track from Sydney’s Wicked Envy.
A heavy rock pearler with lashings of driving beats, blazing guitars, and the snarling allure prowling throughout courtesy of vocalist Desiree Hancock, Paralysis Demon hits sonically hard while also delving into some personal yet universal themes permeating the sonic blaze.
Penned by Hancock about her struggles with anxiety and insomnia, Paralysis Demon drills down on the demonic mind battle that can come with the territory surrounding mental health issues, while also encouraging listeners to reach out and ask for help in those difficult times. And between the looming basslines and layered vocals, Paralysis Demon is ultimately a triumphant demonstration of authoritative self-awareness that will no doubt blow a few nearby roofs off when the band launch their latest creation at The Duke this Friday in Sydney.
Paralysis Demon drills down on the demonic mind battle that can come with the territory surrounding mental health issues, while also encouraging listeners to reach out and ask for help in those difficult times.
Releasing their debut EP What The Hell Am I Doing last year, Wicked Envy have continued to entice with their powerful riffs and sharp melodics with each new release. A band who distinctly sip at the font of classic hard rock and grunge, their fiery wares have also snagged international airplay along the way; and if their latest stadium-ready track is anything to go by, we’re in for some mammoth things from this Sydney quartet before 2023 is through.
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