Prejudize’s New Maxi-single “Coward” and “Vague”

The anecdote of hardcore-metal surrounds these two tracks.
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Dwelling upon the cruelty, Prejudize, under Greedy Dust Records, fills out a new maxi single in “Coward and Vague”. Prejudice, a metallic-hardcore unit from Bandung, has been spotted for quite while as their appealing-firm riffs from their first demo EP last year. Collectively moving forward, Prejudize is infused by none other but some notable names at the scene — Satan’s Heir (AVHATH) & Acil (Wreck).

“Enough is enough”…”it’s time to face it up”, a slice of empowerment is clearly overwhelming these tracks of redemption. Prejudize arrives at the conjecture of revival in this track, “Coward”. The fiery lyrics plus the overshadowed vocal combination by Arga (main vocal) and Satan’s Heir create an angry ambience of liberating themselves.

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Diving into the second track of this MAXi-single, Vague, Prejudize drops a splash of their new hardcore-metal anecdote, with a little gesture of shattered-dusty riffs. Despite these darkish hollow nuances, Arga denied the spirit of these two tracks are not entirely possessed by anger. Metaphorically, his resurgence over this cruel life strives its way up as Prejudize composed these sounds of fierceness.

As the music scenery makes its way back to the tracks, this little orchestra of Prejudize’s maxi-single is collectively assisted by some talented figures. As it’s mentioned in their press release, Kefin Raf (Bleach) was in charge for the recording process, Acil (Wreck) played a role as a director and lyric composer and Ekring a.k.a Satan’s Heir from AVHATH filled the co-vocal position.

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