Listen: Deathcore Supergroup Project Vengeance Drops Debut ‘CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.’

"PROJECT: VENGEANCE - CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.": Project: Vengeance, YouTube
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Back in December 2022, news of a deathcore-metalcore supergroup was announced called The Big Six; now a few months later, the band has lost a couple of members, has changed names (they are now going by the name Project: Vengeance), and they have released their debut single.

“CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.” features the Project: Vengeance vocalist lineup coming together to display their vocal talents over some nasty-sounding instrumentation.

At the time of this writing, the Project: Vengeance lineup consists of Lorna Shore singer Will Ramos, Left To Suffer member Taylor Barber, Traitor member Tyler Shelton, Infant Annihilator member Dickie Allen, Darius Tehrani of the band Spite, and Luke Fiadino providing the instrumentation.

So, with so many vocalists on one track, how does “CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.” sound?

To put it bluntly – this track is heavy AF. If you are a fan of all these vocalists or at least most of them, you are likely going to dig this track.

You can check out “CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.” via the video player below. In the YouTube comments section associated with the video for “CUT. BLEED. REPEAT.,” Tyler Shelton wrote the following:

“Thank you all so much for your patience. My dream has been manifested and there are new songs to come.”

Based on this one song alone, it will be amazing to hear the full EP from Project: Vengeance once it is finally released.

As previously reported, Project: Vengeance used to feature Fit For An Autopsy member Joe Badolato, as well as Attila frontman Chris “Fronzilla” Fronzak. However, while both vocalists were part of the project when it was first announced, they eventually would release their own statements sharing that they were stepping away from the act.

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