BEAUTY IN THE SUFFERING, electro-metal project from producer Dietrich Thrall (ex-DOYLE, MARAZENE), has released their modernized version of British Power Pop band The Outfield’s classic hit single “Your Love”. Infused with Thrall’s signature dark vocals and backed up with a a throbbing bassline and screaming synths, BITS’s updated version takes the energy of the original but twists it with a heavy, Electro-Rock sensibility.
“Your Love” is the much anticipated 4th single from Beauty in the Suffering’s upcoming EP, The Crazies, out February 16th on Narcicessity Records
Artist & producer DieTrich Thrall is known among industrial-metal fans for his work in the band Marazene (AKA: Marazene Machine), who scored a hit – and the approval of rock legends NIKKI SIXX and TOMMY LEE – with their extreme cover of Motley Crüe‘s “Live Wire” as well as horror punk fans during his touring stint with MISFITS guitar legend DOYLE WOLFGANG VON FRANKENSTEIN’s solo project DOYLE.
“BEAUTY IN THE SUFFERING is one of the most exciting projects I’ve worked on lately” said Provo Provenzano, who handled engineering and guested on the project and appeared in 4 of the music videos. “DieTrich is insanely precise in the studio and has a great vision for where his songs need to be and the DIY ability and attitude to get it done right. DieTrich has also brought in some amazing studio musicians to help round out a unique and catchy collection of gritty and electronic based songs. I can’t wait to get them out there for the world to hear!“
In between flirtations and collaborations with rock n’ roll’s elite, Thrall has pushed ahead, never afraid to pioneer new ground, forming a new heavy electronic rock supergroup dubbed BEAUTY IN THE SUFFERING which features studio and media special guests from members of TRAPT, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE, DOPE, ANTI-MORTEM, SKINLAB,EVERYBODY PANIC – with additional guests TBA.
For their first outing as a new band, Thrall and team decided to adopt a horror motif, beginning with the track “The Crazies (The Zombie Song),” which is no doubt influenced by the horror classics of George A. Romero – not just the film of the same name, but his beloved Dead saga as well.
“The Crazies” is the first of four zombie-themed music videos to be released and you’ll be hearing more about the project soon.