Implore's new album is called "The Burden of Existence" for a reason

Implore's new album is called "The Burden of Existence" for a reason

- By Matt Rushton

Gabriel "Gabbo" Dubko, vocalist of German/Austrian grindcore band Implore, joins KNOTFEST's Pulse of the Maggots to discuss the band's upcoming album, The Burden of Existence.

Dubko discusses the recording process of the album, how the stability of the band's lineup has helped with their creativity, and what surprises await listeners on the upcoming release. He also dishes on filling in as Wormrot's vocalist on their upcoming tour, as well as looking forward to when Implore can really hit the road to play to the world in person.

https://youtu.be/GzaL9cC2ECY
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