Illinois Deathcore band Orinoco recently released a live music video for their track "Weak" off their sophomore album What A Relief which was released on March 1st. The track is full of aggression, doom riffs, classic breakdowns, and showcases what this band is like live.
Formed in 2011, they named themselves after an episode of Beavis and Butt-Head. This four piece band consists of Anthony Guardiola (vocals), Ricky Poglajen (bass), Chris Galindo (guitar), Cody Kehn (drums). They made sure to come in swinging into the scene and haven't stopped since even though they have had to reconstruct over the years. It never slowed them down and they never forgot to provide for their fans.
"'What a Relief' is the start of a new era for Orinoco," says vocalist Anthony Guardiola. "This EP is a mixture of influences and raw ideas that are sure to grab hold of the listener. Never the less we are still heavy as concrete with breakdowns that could shatter a diamond. We put as much energy into this EP as we do our live shows and promise to not disappoint. It's been a long journey for us but we love what we do and we love creating music that you can feel to your core, so buckle up let your hate out and enjoy the relief!"
Watch the music video for "Weak" here.
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