Canadian metal outfit Shark Infested Daughters have released a music video for new single ‘Cetra’. Watch here
The track features Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri and comes as the follow up to 2016 full-length Our Tides, Our Tombs.
The quintet sets off on their month-long Canadian tour on April 5th, in Nelson, BC, with the new single sure to take its place in the band’s live arsenal.
Formed in 2012, Shark Infested Daughters is a band currently riding the crest of a wave. Between their rigorous touring schedule and energizing live performances, the band has made a name for themselves as one of the top up-and-coming metalcore bands to watch in Western Canada.
After two EP releases in 2013, and 2015 respectively, Shark Infested Daughters went all in for the release of 2016 debut full-length “These Tides, Our Tombs”. Displaying a unique blend of styles, lending influence from some of heavy metals forefathers from both the US and Europe – the Gothenburg Sound at the forefront of much of their work – as well as some of the band’s most prevalent contemporaries.
Latest single ‘Cetra’ is the newest showcase of the band’s promise & versatility, with beautiful melodies intertwined with punishing riffs, crushing bass, and syncopated kicks.