Formed in late 2019 out of the ashes of Full Contact and Built Upon Hatred, Eternal Discipline is making its No Echo debut today.
The East Midlands-based quartet's first release came in the form of a track and music video for "Peace of Mind" in early 2020, but momentum was lost due to the pandemic lockdowns.
Remaining focused on the job at hand, Eternal Discipline took the time off to work on material for their debut full-length album. They eventually recorded with Ian Boult at Stuck On A Name Studios in Nottingham, UK and finished the sessions in early 2022.
With Eternal Discipline's self-titled debut album coming out next week, the band has partnered with No Echo to bring you the premiere of a slow-burning track from the record called "War of Attrition":
Eternal Discipline vocalist Harley Rowley said the following about the song's lyrics:
"'War of Attrition' is about trying to believe that most people inherently have some level of humanity and care for others and coming to terms with the hard reality that sometimes even people you’d never expect will happily fuck you over for self gain."
The Eternal Discipline album will drop on July 7th across all streaming platforms.
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