Tallah - Overconfidence
WHAT THE MEDIA SAYS ABOUT TALLAH
"Fresh in an urgent way - with an extra jolt of modern anxiety"
“Unnerving, anxious, emotive and disturbing”
“Nu Metal is shaping up as the most influential sound of 2020 and Tallah are here to prove it”
“Strong Slipknot vibes! Fresh talent: an unnerving display of sonic/visual art”
The journey towards the October 2nd release date of Pennsylvanian nu-core quartet TALLAH's debut album 'Matriphagy' is getting hotter still, as the band release yet another brand new video single drawn from their forthcoming release.
Following a premiere on Knotfest.com, 'Overconfidence' joins Tallah's extensive back catalogue of 'Matriphagy' video singles released thus far, including 'The Silo', 'We, The Sad', 'Red Light' and 'Placenta'.
Conceptually, 'Overconfidence' sits just before the band's previous single, 'Placenta', serving to set up its themes of cutting loose from all the pressures, fears, insecurities and anything holding you down, controlling you, and not letting you be your free, unashamed self.
To do that, however, you first need some awareness - which is where Tallah's latest single comes into play. 'Overconfidence' tackles the need to realise your flaws and grow to accept them, own them, and use them to become the best possible version of yourself.
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"Obviously, this is easier said than done, but the point is to acknowledge your weaknesses and turn them into strengths", comments Tallah vocalist Justin Bonitz. "This in itself is a positive message, but the song is called, "Overconfidence" not "Confidence," meaning that the song has a darker undertone based around turning that "self-actualization" into an arrogance, which ends up slashing your heel and making things worse."
‘Matriphagy’ is available to pre order from Earache's website, including limited edition vinyl, signed editions and merch bundles. For more updates on ‘Matriphagy’, follow the band on social media. For more from the Earache Records roster, check out their website.
“Creepy, hyper-kinetic and unhinged… A simultaneous love for modern metallic hardcore leaders like Code Orange, Vein and Candy and Nu Metal era favourites like Slipknot, Korn and Linkin Park”
"Tallah is chaos! A total trip, it fits right in with modern metal titans like Code Orange, Vein and Candy."
- Metal Injection