The forever anonymous rock/metal band Supreme Unbeing is set to unveil their debut single ‘You’ll Never Make It’ on June 12th. With themes of existentialism spread across the track, it sets the bar for the band’s future releases and their goal to explore outlandish and thought-provoking topics.
Using a mixture of intense and powerful riffs, combined with philosophically intriguing lyrics, ‘You’ll Never Make It’ tells the story of humanity’s quest to understand their own existence in modern-day society.
Whilst listening to this track you may find yourselves falling into two categories. The first is you will passively accept that this is what the world is to you and you are content continuing to live your lives just as you have before.
However, you may find yourself having been challenged. Using the song as motivation to push forwards, to continue to reach beyond the boundaries of who you are and your meaning in life. Always striving to reach beyond your current boundaries and truly discover who you are.
Anonymous, Passionate, and Philosophical – this unique blend best describes this 4 piece group. Supreme Unbeing in a physical form of all of our inner thoughts and ideas expressed through the medium of metal/rock.
With aims to remain unknown to the rest of the world, the band expresses themselves through the form of fake names and cartoon personas. Consisting of Zac Red – Vocals/Guitar, D.Vine – Lead Guitar, Unknown – Bass, Al Mytee – Drums, Supreme Unbeing’s sole goal is to release messages/songs out to the public to shed light over our present existence.
Using the medium of heavy riffs, astounding solos and thought-provoking lyrics the band is set to release additional messages/singles ‘Animals’, ‘Solution’ and ‘Dreaming’ in the coming months prior to the release of their debut full-length LP ‘Enter Reality which is set for release 10th October.
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