I, Pariah is a modern deathcore band from Phoenix, Arizona for fans of Whitechapel, Suicide Silence, Fit For An Autopsy, and Thy Art is Murder. I, Pariah formed in late 2016 and quickly released two singles recorded and produced by Cory Spotts (Job For a Cowboy, Knights of the Abyss, Greely Estates). In 2017, they released their debut EP War Engine produced by Jeremy Davis of Metasonic Studios. Since it's release I, Pariah has had the honor of sharing the stage with Cattle Decapitation, Suicide Silence, Upon A Burning Body, Slaughter To Prevail, Winds of Plague, Alterbeast, and Prison. In 2018 I, Pariah began touring and has since done two tours in the southwest, and the pacific northwest. I, Pariah has focused on touring and playing national packages while also preparing to release their new album "Hate Prayer" due to be released in 2019.
I, Pariah, hailing from Phoenix, Arizona is a modern deathcore band that just destroys the scene. With their blasting double bass, their enormous chugging and pinch harmonics, I absolutely love this band. “War Engine”, a debut EP, released July 22nd, 2017 is a must-have. Not to say they don’t have enormous capability to achieve fame, they make good music. I was truly impressed with this album. I haven't tapped my toes that much since... I actually don't know when! The album features brutal slams, dire blast beats, and cutthroat riffs that truly impress me like I previously stated. I cannot rip much on this release. It's a better listen than Attila, that’s for sure. I can’t decide which band is better; I’m only kidding. Attila is garbage. Especially cause they’re a joke band in my opinion. Anyway back to the release. The song, “Heretic”, not to be confused with our partners, Heretic Records, has a sick fucking solo in it. I highly recommend purchasing this album just for this song. The solo is followed by a pummeling breakdown that we all can love, then the song ends. This release features lots of audio clips. I can’t hate that. In fact, I love this album. It's a must listen. “War Engine”, features a few high screams and lots of low screams, even a blegh in, “Kingdom of Lies”. There is a breakdown in that song that's utterly lethal. Lethal breakdowns are my go-to. I cannot unlike this band. Well, I’m out for now. More reviews are coming, stay posted for more from Filthy Media. If you haven’t already, bookmark us! And don’t forget to pick up, “War Engine”, by I, Pariah on Bandcamp.com
I, Pariah: Kingdom of Lies
I, Pariah: War Engine