Tetrarch have shared an intense music video for their new single “Negative Noise,” the third from their upcoming album Unstable.
The track is distinguished by a furious nu metal riff that hurtles along at a breakneck pace over frenzied blast beats—until it runs up a screeching guitar solo on the bridge. According to vocalist Josh Fore, “Negative Noise” is about ignoring external distractions and demands in order to push forward.
“‘Negative Noise’ is one of the heaviest songs on the new record,” Fore said in a statement. “Lyrically, the song is about constantly being surrounded by negativity and people trying to pull us in a million directions. More than ever, there is so much static around us, and we wanted to write a song about dealing with it and blocking out all of the noise.”
The single was paired with a performance music video filmed in an industrial laboratory. In the clip, the Tetrarch members play escaping prisoners who have been subjected to experiments by faceless enemies.
Unstable, which will also feature “You Never Listen” and “I’m Not Right,” will arrive on April 30 via Napalm Records. It’s their sophomore record and the follow-up to 2017’s Freak.
Watch the video for “Negative Noise” here: