hated releases new one-off single “Dimorphous Display,” their first non-instrumental track since 2020’s I Got In And Took It All.
“Dimorphous Display” is a bit of a departure for Loathe, who are adopting a ’90s aesthetic alternative to the metallic leanings on their 2020 album. The saturated production and ambitious arrangement paints the band in a new light without compromising the dynamic songwriting.
According to a press release, the UK experimental metal group is working with Eddie Al-Shakarchi at Giant Wafer Studios to “get the latest incarnation of Loathe sound to date.” The final version extends a demo recorded after the sessions for I Got In And Took It All.
“‘ Dimorphous Display ’in its first remake, was in the vault for a few years before we decided to start working on the song together as a band, so we could finally release it on world as a well-done, ”Loathe stated in a press release.“ The initial demo was submitted immediately after we I Got In And Took It All, but with the lockouts happening around the world, it gives us a chance to experiment with different collaborators and thus ends the final track in the middle of 2021… ”
Loathe is currently working on a new album, which is expected to drop later this year. Meanwhile, fans can catch the band live if they come out in support for Code Orange’s Spring 2022 North American tour. You can get tickets through Ticketmaster.
Stream “Dimorphous Display” below.