Oct 092020

Brotality is prepping to bring you another D45 of pounding metal madness, coupled with a brand new music video next week. Check out a teaser below.

Also check out the video interview below, that they recently did with we did with Song & Verse Ministries! The band states: We got to talk about one of our favorite songs from our favorite band and influence Mastodon! It was such a fun and unique interview! Hope you’ll check it out!

The guys in Brotality – brothers Bryce Maopolski (17, guitar and vocals) and Reece Maopolski (16, bass and vocals), along with Liam Fenton (14, drums) – have created a band that unapologetically takes its sonic cues straight from the founding fathers of metal. With tight songwriting, muscular vocals, and crushing riffs in abundance, Brotality have created a dynamic force worthy of carrying forward the Heavy Metal moniker. They cite Mastodon, Megadeth, and Alice Cooper as influences, and it won’t take long for anyone who listens to their music to be smacked in the face with an undeniable old-school sensibility.

The Maopolski brothers originally started Brotality in 2016, but the band really took off when they first collaborated with Liam in the studio early in 2018. In the two short years since that fateful studio session, Brotality have released two EP’s and four singles and have garnered 1,800 followers on Facebook. Their journey has given them opportunities to play at such well-known venues as The Bitter End NYC, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (where they opened for Deep Purple and Judas Priest), Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia, Montage Mountain and Stage West in Scranton, PA (where they won 570 Music Show’s Best Metal Band award for 2019). A lively 2020 schedule sees the band planning to play at Creation Festival Northeast, Capstone Music Fest, and the iMatter Festival.

The members’ Christian faith is central to Brotality‘s identity as a band. They are passionate about using metal to share their faith and spread a positive message while embracing the brutality of living counter-culturally in today’s world. Regardless of whether they fit the visual stereotype, Brotality remain committed to carrying the metal torch, and igniting hope through their faith-centered brand of Heavy Metal.

Their first full length album is set to release early 2021 and new music is dropping 10/16/20.” So if you like what you hear, support them … they are the future in metal.

Episode #12 – Stop Digging & Look Up. | Christian Podcast

In this episode, we meet up with Brotality (Metal band) – Reece, Bryce, and Liam. Our discussion is based on the song "Word To The Wise" from Mastodon's 2017 album, "Emperor of Sand."We also take some time to discuss how they write their music and what inspires them to perform.Brotality's Info:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Brotality-884182348362276/Spotify Playlist: https://spoti.fi/31pp1vpYouTube: https://bit.ly/3aXlyazInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/brotalityband/Twitter: https://twitter.com/brotalityband_________________________________________________________Join Song & Verse Ministries On:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/songandverseTwitter: https://twitter.com/songandverse316Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/songandverse/PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/songandverse_________________________________________________________"Word To The Wise" song lyrics:Diamond in the wishing wellFalling underneath the spellSave me from the wicked wavesPulling me with all, its weightHigh above the silver lineFlying over burning groundRinging bells of golden chainsResonating with the soundSiren soundingI didn’t hear it Traveling within the mindNo one across the lineFound the one I’d never sellOne I thought I’d never findSearching through the laser fieldFeeling where the light is fromAlways picking of the boneCome away into our homeSiren soundingI didn’t hear it Voices bondHide not heal itI’d fallen into a pit of liesI try to dig around the other sideAnd much to my surpriseI was to blame for all the rainI’d fallen into a pit of liesI try to dig around the other sideAnd much to my surpriseI was to blame for all the rain I was to blame for all the rainSongwriters: William Brent Hinds / William Breen Kelliher / Troy Jayson Sanders / Brann Timothy DailorWord to the Wise lyrics © BMG Rights Management US, LLC#songandverse #mastodon #wordtothewise #emperorofsand #podcast #brotality

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