Death Therapy is a two man metal band from Atlanta, Georgia, and they’re anything but conventional. Their affinity for experimentation is reflected not only in their genre bending sound, but in how they create it. The most obvious example is that the duo doesn’t include a guitarist. This simple alteration to the traditional metal formula catapults their sound from common to wildly unorthodox, and it makes their live shows a wholly unique experience.
Since the band’s inception, Death Therapy’s vision has been to approach the unapproachable in both style and substance. After the success of their debut project The Storm Before The Calm, the band has continued to challenge themselves. Their newest album Voices, out April 12, 2019 on Solid State Records, showcases their efforts to push boundaries both musically and thematically. The sophomore release entertains a more raw aesthetic than their debut, engaging several previously uncharted elements in their music. Thundering and time signature breaking riffs take center stage, but not without a strong dose of their signature electronic groove. Lyrically, their sophomore effort dives deep into the darkest depths of the human heart and mind, without qualification or expectation of what may be found lurking within. Without apology, Death Therapy is a band who loves to challenge their listeners to go with them on a journey that isn't always pretty, and with Voices they have accomplished their goal in expert fashion.