Make Them Suffer’s Booka Nile Gets Hitched On “Married At First Sight Australia”

Make Them Suffer’s Booka Nile is one of the brides featured on the new season of “Married At First Sight: Australia,” a reality series in which two people are put into non-binding marriages to see if a lasting relationship will develop. Nile married Brett Helling on the show, which you can check out below:

Make Them Suffer Premiere “Bones” Music Video

Make Them Suffer have premiered a new video for their new song “Bones.” This track is from the band’s new album “How To Survive A Funeral,” which was digitally released today (June 19). Physical copies will be released on July 10. Sean Harmanis said the following about “Bones”:

“‘Bones‘ is a song about sacrifice. It’s about the sacrifices I’ve made and the sacrifices we all make to pursue what we love. Writing the lyrics to this song raised the question of how much I’d be willing to give for this band. How much more could this pursuit take from me?”

Make Them Suffer’s New Album “How To Survive A Funeral” Will Now Be Digitally Released On Friday

Make Them Suffer were previously planning to delay the release of their new album “How To Survive A Funeral” until July 24, but now it looks like fans will get a chance to listen to it sooner than expected. The band have announced that the record will receive a digital release on June 19 and a physical release on July 10.

Make Them Suffer commented:

“Hi friends, We’re excited to announce that our new album ‘How To Survive A Funeral‘ will now be released THIS Friday, on June 19th.

This album is set to be our biggest and best yet, and we’re so excited to show you what we’ve worked so hard on. We wanted to give the record the release plan that we felt it deserves however due to a number of circumstances that are ultimately out of our control, we feel it’s best to get you the music as soon as possible.

While we’re happy the release been pushed forward to a sooner date once again, we realise how confusing the reshuffling of dates might be. In light of this we wanted to offer some transparency.

When Covid-19 hit, there were predictions of extensive manufacturing delays, forcing us to push back release to late July. Though as businesses began to reopen and restrictions loosened, product came in much sooner than initially expected. Though with shipping delays and less air travel, it would still take weeks to reach territories across the globe.

Due to a communication error between distributors and online retailers, some fans who pre-ordered the record have now received their physical copy early. We hope those that who have, are quietly enjoying our new record.

After working with retail partners and our distributors, we’ve pushed up the streaming and digital release date to June 19th, with the physical album available on July 10th. Everyone who pre-ordered a physical album through our webstores will receive a digital download on release day to use immediately. If you’d like to support us immediately, you can pre-order the album direct from our webstore, Bandcamp, iTunes or wherever you digitally purchase music.

We appreciate all your support so far on this album, every stream, every view, every purchase means the world to us. It’s been a tough few months for us all, please take care of yourselves and each other. As the world returns to normal, we look forward to seeing you back out on the road.
– Sean, Booka, Nick, Jaya & Jordan

How To Survive a Funeral
June 19th – digital release date
July 10th – physical release date”

Make Them Suffer Premiere New Song “Soul Decay”

Make Them Suffer have premiered a new song titled “Soul Decay” via Revolver. This track is from the band’s new album “How To Survive A Funeral,” which will be released on July 24. Sean Harmanis commented:

“‘Soul Decay‘ is about watching someone you know fall back into the same bad habits over and over, unaware that they themselves are the root of their own problems. I believe this is a message we all need to hear sometimes. Being able to accept responsibility for our own mistakes keeps us humble.”

Gabriel Mangold (Enterprise Earth) Shares Acoustic Covers Of Rings Of Saturn‘s “Mental Prolapse” & Make Them Suffer‘s “Erase Me“

Enterprise Earth guitarist Gabriel Mangold has shared some acoustic covers of Rings Of Saturn‘s “Mental Prolapse” and Make Them Suffer‘s “Erase Me.“ You can check those out below:

Mangold commented:

“The Rings Of Saturn video was shot in Taos, New Mexico at Hotel Luna Mystica. It’s a vintage trailer hotel and campground that I currently work at and reside with my tiny home trailer.

The Make Them Suffer video was filmed in the Carson National Forest in Tres Piedras, New Mexico which is about forty-five minutes northwest of Taos. Northern New Mexico is extensively beautiful and I’m fortunate to be living here once again. Having resided in Taos on two separate occasions, I’m familiar with the area and felt that these locations would be perfect for each video, respectively.

The Ring’s song was a result of being on back to back tours with them and not being able to get the extremely catchy chorus melody from ‘Mental Prolapse‘ out of my head. Make Them Suffer had also just released that killer track and the melodies and lyrics seemed to suit themselves very well for an acoustic rendition.

Both of these bands are also my good friends so I’m sure that had something to do with my decisions as well! Both songs also have great melodies which make translating to acoustic quite enjoyable.”

Make Them Suffer Premiere New Song “Drown With Me”

Make Them Suffer have premiered a new song titled “Drown With Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “How To Survive A Funeral,” which will be released on June 5. The group commented:

“‘Drown With Me‘ is just a really fucked up love song. Love can be beautiful, but also dark and terrifying. The lyrics ‘Take my hand, don’t be scared, drown with me if you can’ beckons the listener to take the plunge into the unknown.”

Make Them Suffer Premiere “Erase Me” Music Video

Make Them Suffer have premiered a new video for their new song “Erase Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “How To Survive A Funeral,” which will be released on June 5. The group commented:

“‘Erase Me‘ is a song about pushing someone away and raises the question: Is it selfless or selfish to do? It’s unfortunate that some people are wired to always feel as if they’re never good enough. The sentiment of the lyrics ‘I’ve broken you enough so don’t hate me, erase me’ demonstrates the quality of selflessness. In retrospection, it’s that same selflessness that makes you ‘good enough.’”

“How To Survive A Funeral” Track Listing:

01. “Step One”
02. “Falling Ashes”
03. “Bones”
04. “Drown With Me”
05. “Erase Me”
06. “Soul Decay”
07. “Fake Your Own Death”
08. “How to Survive a Funeral”
09. “The Attendant”
10. “That’s Just Life”

After The Burial Cancel Remaining Dates On European/UK Tour With Make Them Suffer, Polar, & Spiritbox

After The Burial have cancelled the remaining dates on their European/UK tour with Make Them Suffer, Polar, and Spiritbox due to travel restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic. The band commented:

“Due to the foreseen travel ban, we’ve been forced to cancel the remaining dates of our European tour with Make Them Suffer, Polar, and Spiritbox. It’s a horrible situation, and we wish it wasn’t the case, but unfortunately it has come down to this and we have to air on the safe side. We offer our apologies to all the fans that didn’t get to catch us on this tour, and we hope it won’t be too long until we can return.”

After The Burial Announce European/UK Tour With Make Them Suffer, Polar, & Spiritbox

After The Burial have announced a headlining European/UK tour. Make Them Suffer, Polar, and Spiritbox will open.

Tour Dates:

02/28 Karlsruhe, GER – Stadtmitte
02/29 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo
03/01 Copenhagen, DEN – Stengade
03/02 Berlin, GER – Musik & Frieden
03/03 Chemnitz, GER – AJZ
03/04 Prague, CZE – Nova Chmelnice
03/05 Poznan, POL – Pod Minoga
03/07 Kosice, SLO – Collosseum
03/08 Vienna, AUT – Arena
03/09 Munchen, GER – Backstage
03/10 Milano, ITA – Legend Club
03/11 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
03/13 Bristol, UK – Exchange
03/14 Glasgow, UK – Cathouse
03/15 Leeds, UK – Key Club
03/16 Manchester, UK – Rebellion
03/17 Birmingham, UK – Mama Roux
03/18 London, UK – Underworld
03/19 Aarschot, BEL – De Klinker
03/20 Bochum, GER – Matrix
03/21 Hannover, GER – Faust

Make Them Suffer Drop Off “Octane Accelerator Tour”

Make Them Suffer have dropped off SiriusXM’s “Octane Accelerator Tour.” The band were unable to make the trek due to immigration issues.

The group commented:

“It’s no secret that we’ve not yet made it to a show on the ‘Octane Accelerator Tour‘. Unfortunately we have had some serious setbacks with immigration, and were unable to secure the visas we needed in time for these shows with Ice Nine Kills, Fit For a King, Light the Torch & Awake at Last.

Touring internationally can be full of pitfalls for musicians, and immigration difficulties and UCIS delays for artists entering the United States are nothing new. We’ve tried everything in our power to fix this problem but unfortunately it’s completely out of our hands.

For our fans in the US, fear not, we will return in 2020, and we’ll be doing it with a new album under our belts & visas in hand. – Sean, Nick, Booké, Jaya & Jordan“