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Rampant Brit hard-hitters GODETH are set to break through to the masses with their unstoppable new EP, The Path Of Destruction, which arrives on Friday 26th April. The UK metallers have also just delivered their brand new single and video, Path Of Destruction, out now.


Warping your senses and pummelling your brain, Leeds-based GODETH unleash a sound that merges compelling groove, biting death metal, and forceful hardcore. Initially formed in 2018, the band were hindered with obstacles and setbacks during their formative years. However, the last eighteen months have been decisive for the UK riff merchants. In 2023, GODETH detailed the singles ‘Scald’ and ‘Solace’. Both tracks received widespread acclaim, with distinguished support from Total Rock, Primordial Radio, GBHBL, and many others. Solace also racked up strong rotation on BBC Radio 1 Rock Introducing with Alyx Holcombe. These singles highlighted the band’s adept ability to craft ferocious and immensely appealing slabs of metal that are loaded with groove, colossal riffs, and formidable vocal lines. 


As well as creating a gargantuan impact with their recording exploits, the rising metallers are also attaining a flourishing live profile assisted by a slew of hugely dynamic performances, which have seen the spirited metal crew win over crowds at last year’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival, as well as at a hatful of venues throughout the North. 


Now with an army of followers in place, GODETH are primed for the release of their brand-new EP, The Path Of Destruction. The record is an absolute beast of an EP and is sure to elevate the highly-rated quintet to the upper echelons of the UK scene. 


With a number of shows and festival appearances in the works for the Summer and beyond, GODETH will rise and rise.

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Meet The Band: Dylan Walters – Guitar

Danny Campey – Drums

Luke Dyde – Guitar

Jimmy Johnstone – Bass

Miles Case-Watson – Vocals.

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