Betraying The Martyrs’ frontman Aaron Matts was on National Television talks about metal music, tattoos and terrorism.
Metalcore might sound like a world of pain but for French-British band “Betraying the Martyrs” it will cure what ails you. Tackling terrorism, technology, Brexit and the refugee crisis, “The Resilient” marks their third studio album. Frontman Aaron Matts takes us behind the music on Encore.
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BETRAYING THE MARTYRS are based out of Paris, France and feature members from France and England, which adds a unique dynamic to their songwriting. Their stunning debut offering, Breathe In Life, saw them make a huge impact throughout North America and Europe touring relentlessly on such high profile tours as RockStar Mayhem Fest and AllStars, amongst a slew of other club treks. then followed Phantom, with their crazy cover of Let it Go. With this album BTM stepped up and unleashed whose intensity can’t be matched. It is a venerable freight-train of aggression with blazing harmonies, captivating hooks and bombastic off-time precision that led them festivals like Graspop, With Full Force, Resurrection Fest and many more.
BTM are done working on their third record, and already revealed one massive track “THE GREAT DISILLUSION”
There are few bands within the scene that can match BTM’s energy and intensity live and the new material is tailored made to their live performance.