About Aversions Crown
An Australian extreme metal crew with a pummeling deathcore agenda, Aversions Crown emerged in 2010 and quickly set themselves apart from their contemporaries with a triple eight-string guitar front line. The group's lethal blend of sonic might and haunting atmospherics eventually caught the attention of Nuclear Blast, which issued their sophomore effort, Tyrant, in 2014. Despite enduring myriad lineup changes over the years, Aversions Crown continued to bring the blackened noise into the next decade, releasing Hell Will Come for Us All in 2020.
Formed in Brisbane in 2010, the sextet recorded their debut album, Servitude, which was released independently in 2011, with Thy Art Is Murder producer Andy Marsh. The band's versatile amalgam of technical deathcore and brutal groove-metal turned heads at Nuclear Blast, which quickly added Aversions Crown to its roster. 2014's dystopian/sci-fi-themed Tyrant, which was also produced by Marsh, arrived in 2014 and saw the group augment their punishing deathcore sound with moments of brooding ambiance and the occasional clean lead. By 2017's loosely conceptual Xenocide, Aversions Crown settled into a lineup featuring guitarists Mick Jeffery and Chris Cougan, drummer Jayden Mason, and singer Mark Poida. 2019 saw the band welcome new vocalist Tyler Miller into the fold, who made his studio debut on 2020's bleak and brutal Hell Will Come for Us All. ~ James Christopher Monger