Since their formation in 2014, Brutus have made a name for themselves with their restless, emotionally raw rock that traverses the landscape of metal, punk, post-hardcore and beyond–often in the same song.

From their 2017 debut album Burst, to 2019’s Nest, to releasing a May 2019 performance at their hometown venue Handelsbeurs Concert Hall as a live album during the pandemic, Brutus has levelled up at every turn.

Latest album Unison Life is a thick, atmospheric blaze. Its ten tracks represent the most concentrated efforts of their extended writing period, but there’s also more breathing space on it than Burst or Nest. It’s an album of extremes. The heavy parts are even heavier, and the gentle moments are more melodic than ever before.

This is Brutus at their most intentional.