Italian metalcore quartet Fragments of Sorrow have unveiled a new single and video – “Angel” is out now

Italian metalcore quartet Fragments of Sorrow have unveiled a new single and video.

“Angel” is out now; watch the music video HERE.

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Fragments of Sorrow’s emotive delivery, riveting breakdowns and soaring melodies are rife on the new track, which follows the release of June’s “Fake The Truth”. 2021 saw the band drop three songs, including a buoyant cover of t.a.t.u’s “All The Things She Said”.

Lead vocalist Dave Birmingham shares “Our new single “Angel” is talking about the difficulty and struggle of killing memories that are stuck in your head. Is about the shape of emotions you feel when you lose someone important and struggle of accepting this in our life.”


Since the release of debut single, “All The Sadness I Have” in 2020, Italian melodic tribe Fragments of Sorrow have carved a steady and loyal following with their thunderous display of modern metalcore, deftly blending heavy and melodic

With a collection of tracks choc-full of heart and emotion, the Milan outfit display an astute instrumental/vocal interplay and with it generate a palpable, immersive atmosphere, that belies their mere two years of creating music.

Kickstarting with the release of June single “Fake The Truth”, the second half of 2022 looks abundant with new material from the heavy four-piece, with new single “Angel”, the latest display of Fragments of Sorrows’ pinpoint combinations and thunderous breakdowns.

“Angel” is out now


Fragments of Sorrow is:
Dave Birmingham – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Freddie Raven – Lead Guitar
Kevin Foster – Bass, Vocals
JB – Drums