Kingston alt-metal band Harbour Sharks are back with an amazing new single and the promise of a debut album in the autumn. Blasting straight out of the gate, new single ‘The Killer Inside Me’ is chocked full of riffs and energetic vocals.
Want to know more about ‘The Killer Inside Me’? Harbour Sharks have this to say:
“‘The Killer Inside Me’ is about the thought process of a serial killer with a split personality who feels hard done by and struggles to act on their instincts. The killer eventually reasons that as humans we are insignificant yet vows to never feel this way as he doesn’t feel he fits in with human normality. Although we don’t condone the acts of serial killers, we feel that this is a song for anyone who has ever felt outcast or humiliated in social norms that they can relate to.”
You can watch ‘The Killer Inside Me’ below.
Formed in 2015, Harbour Sharks have created a unique sound incorporating big guitar riffs, groove-laden drum beats and melodic vocals. The band have spent two years perfecting their sound, writing music and playing live shows across the UK.
Born from the minds of vocalist Jack Morris and guitarist Rob Rees, Harbour Sharks ambition is to impact the British rock music scene with their crushing blend of riffs fused between punk and metalcore and reflective lyrics of the lower middle class.
Harbour Sharks are:
Jack Morris – Bass & Vocals
Rob Rees – Guitars
Richard Hemley – Drums