Australian hardcore outfit Sanctum & Solace, who have been dropping fire hardcore tracks have announced their new EP Made Wrong will be out February 23. Today, the band have released their new single, “1096”, along with the accompanying lyric video which tells a pretty damning story of being an alcoholic and the terrible effects of such addiction. The lyrics follow a first-person point-of-view perspective on a person’s mental struggle with the addiction and it’s effects.
James Levin, guitarist for the band, wants everyone to know “Made Wrong is the sum total of our energy and output of last year – we are more than keen to put these tracks out into the world so everyone else can get around them. More touring and more new music this year for us. Can’t Wait.”
Lyric Video for the song “1096” from the EP “Made Wrong”. Released by Sanctum and Solace. 1096 Meaning a mentally disturbed person. Fighting through anxiety, anger, depression and regrets at the ingress of alcoholism. Having no money, no happiness, inability to accept what is with heart break to blame.