Gloom ready EP, share "Unrequited"

From out of nowhere comes the next crucial debut of 2014: the self-titled EP by Gloom, a new, heretofore unknown band from Washington DC.
Not to be confused with the Japanese crust punks of the same name, Gloom is that rare metal band that uses its technical prowess to create supremely memorable songs. Precise and concise, gloriously efficient, the tracks that comprise Gloom’s debut wow with their musicality and their simplicity, making their deadly points in an average time of 3 minutes each.
Stream “Unrequited,” off Gloom’s self-titled EP, exclusively on MetalSucks.
The Gloom EP, set for a June 24 release, was produced by Marshall Wieczorek, drummer of Victory Records metallers Wretched. Wieczorek has achieved a sound that is fat and crystalline, a brilliant slab of modern metal. The cover art was created by Steven Mercado (Dillinger Escape Plan).
Catch Gloom, live:
May 3 – Baltimore, MD @ Sidebar w/ The Wayward