Deathcore outfit Brojob return with New Single and New Sound
Deathcore outfit Brojob are here with their highly anticipated comeback, along with a brand-new single ‘Goodbye’, a peek on what’s to come in the BROJOB camp. The band have teamed up with Worm Sheperd vocalist Devin Duarte for ‘Goodbye’, and is now out worldwide on various music streaming platforms through Hollowed Records / Kontrolla Music Group.
Previously known to be a controversial parody band, Brojob sheds light on the inspiration behind the new track:
“Goodbye is about giving up on the dreams that gave you purpose in the first place because the ecosystem we live in does not value the work we do as artists.”
To accompany the release of the new single, their upcoming EP ‘JESTER‘, is also now available to pre-order from Hollowed Records. Click here to check it out.
They describe their sound as a mix of Slaughter to Prevail, Angelmaker and Within Destruction.
Originating as a comedy band, Brojob has an extensive history filled with love and hate from listeners on a global scale. Stirring up controversy amongst those who hatemonger drew viral attention to the group. Their first serious EP “Sleep it Away” took a brighter and more melodic sound while delving into serious topics like dealing with depression/anxiety.
Brojob continues to break the mold in their latest release, “Jester.” The group takes a left turn and smacks you with a dark, nu-metal sound, coupled with lyricism reflecting the adverse consequences of being in a parody band.