Silverburn (Hark/Taint) share lyric video for ‘Pain Body’ ahead of Desertfest London & High on Fire tour dates

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SILVERBURN, the new solo project by James ‘Jimbob’ Isaac (Hark & Taint) released their debut album Self Induced Transcendental Annihilation via MSH Group Music in August last year.
Now ahead of their appearance at Desertfest London next month and their upcoming UK tour with High On FireSILVERBURN, have shared a new lyric video for ‘Pain Body’.  ‘Jimbob comments,
“Pain Body is an energetic cleanse, an aural exorcism of toxic spectres. True catharsis and a sonic healing rite.”
Watch the video for ‘Pain Body’ –
Welsh metal visionary Jimbob Isaac, known from his previous bands Taint and Hark, recorded the album during lockdown in 2020. He handled all vocals, guitar, bass and drums himself. With this album, Jimbob has meticulously crafted a wholly uncompromising solo offering in the truest sense. It has been said that extreme conditions demand extreme responses, and Self Induced Transcendental Annihilation (‘SITA’) began as an elemental response to the almighty global gut-punch that surrounded it’s creation.
From the world-ending double-kick maelstrom of opening track “Annihilation” to the cinematic, discordant chug and release of “Etheric Crush” this album draws from Isaac’s beloved eras of 90’s metal and 00’s metallic hardcore, noisecore, space and sludge metal and bands like Botch, Mastodon, Knut, Converge, Keelhaul, Crowbar, Sepultura, Neurosis and Helmet.
SILVERBURN tour w/ High on Fire
June 14th – Islington Assembly Hall, London, England
June 15th – Rebellion – Manchester, England
June 16th – Slay – Glasgow, Scotland
June 17th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, England
June 18th – Thekla, Bristol, England
Tickets are on sale now –
SILVERBURN are also set to perform at Desertfest London on 19th May.
Their debut album, originally only available on CD and digitally, will now be released on limited edition vinyl on 20th May.
“Chugging mathematics, a fest of tectonic riffs” – 8/10 – Decibel Magazine (US)
“This record is clearly a tour de force” – 8/10 – New Noise Magazine (FR)
“Wrecking ball riffs and unsettling turmoil” – 7/10 Metal Hammer (UK)
Watch the videos for:
Formless Atomization Of Omniscient Particulate –
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