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Between the release of their debut demo and their I Talk to God… EP, this has been a busy year for Wristmeetrazor... and it’s only about to get busier. Released on Arduous Path Recordings this fall, I Talk to God... was a vicious, forlorn four-track emoviolence wallop, but was also only the first half of a greater work. The upcoming ...But the Sky is Empty album both compliments its predecessor and concludes a larger album, together totaling eight tracks of heartbreaking, clenched-fist screamo and emoviolence in the vein of Neil Perry and Funeral Diner.

“De Nadie” is the second track from ...But the Sky is Empty and a furious piece that we’re stoked to premiere today, streaming below. A harrowing minute and a half in length, “De Nadie” is Wristmeetrazor’s most breakneck, sharpened track yet, outdoing their previous offerings with cutting ferocity.

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“‘De Nadie’ is one half of a dichotomy represented on two tracks on ...But the Sky is Empty,” said vocalist and bassist Justin Fornof. “The following track is called ‘Querido Amor.’ Together, the two tracks describe both love and pain as two sides of the same coin. In essence, ‘Querido Amor’ is ‘Dear Love’ and ‘De Nadie’ is ‘(from) No one.’ The contrasting dualistic nature of the two tracks is evident when the record is listened to in its entirety, but equally as impactful when listened to separately.”

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...But the Sky is Empty will be released on December 12th on 7” by Zegema Beach Records and cassette via Bitter Melody Records.

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