If you are fascinated by Yüth Forever after listening to their tracks individually, wait until you listen to their album as a whole.
The band from Illinois have just delivered their sophomore album on Prosthetic Records. Skeleton Youth Forever braids hardcore with death and nu-metal grooves, while between songs Yüth Forever provide some on point musical interludes which sound quite distressing and draw influence from dark electronica. To those menacing interludes the album owes its smooth flow and artistic depth and those are probably the reason Skeleton Youth Forever stands out from today's metalcore pack.
People Please, the album's first single, will give you an idea about Yüth Forever's weird blend, but you have to listen to the entirety of the record to really understand the band and their heartbreaking aggression.
CD via Prosthetic Records