Sonically commanding three-piece NO WORTH OF MAN throw down their ear-splitting new EP, What’s Your Damage? on Friday 8th March. The Brit bruisers also released a thunderous new single and video, Mondo Decay, out now. Check out the video, here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZQP5a6w_hk
Originally formed in 2016 by old friends Peter Gale (Vocals), Alex Punchard (Guitars and Bass) and Gareth Lucas (Drums and Samples), NO WORTH OF MAN hail from Hampshire, England and take from a cluster of influences spanning from Dream Theater, Lamb of God, and Dimmu Borgir, right through to Led Zeppelin. The South-East riff masters blend key elements of metal and groove with an aggressive attitude and progressive mindset to create a unique and striking signature sound.
Pushing the boundaries of creativity is paramount to NO WORTH OF MAN. The band have always been determined to try something different, from self-producing their debut EP, Initium Novum, to engineering and recording their own live studio EP, The Middle Farm Experiment, through to working with acclaimed Metal Hall of Famer, Fredrick Nordstrom (Soilwork, Bring Me the Horizon, Dream Evil) on their upcoming EP, What’s Your Damage? Their endeavours have resulted in a growing following and an ever-expanding fanbase, illustrating that the build is on for the UK heavyweights.
Support shows throughout the UK have also aided their progression. To date, the band have played alongside the likes of Karma to Burn, King 810, Puppy, Left to Die, and Cultura Tres. NO WORTH OF MAN will open for Evile next month and share the stage with Venomous Concept at the start of 2024, as well as undertake a run of shows to coincide with the release of their stunning new EP, What’s Your Damage? The trio remark about the release: “The influence for us was to deliver a collection of material that cohesively brought together the theme of good against the dark forces in this world. The motivation was to create a sonically hard hitting but dynamically varied set of tracks with enough twists and turns to keep the listener engaged throughout.” Upon listening to What’s Your Damage?, the EP has more than fulfilled the band’s brief. It’s a savage collection of four brutal cuts that contorts around your ear drums, overtaking your senses and leaving you hooked and fully engaged. 2024 is there for the taking, and this record is destined to make a sizeable mark.