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|Make Them Suffer|
Make Them Suffer performing in 2017
|Origin||Perth, Western Australia, Australia|
Make Them Suffer is an Australian metalcore band from Perth, currently signed to Rise Records. Their debut album Neverbloom peaked at No. 56 on the ARIA Album charts in June 2012, while its follow up Old Souls debuted at No. 30 upon release in May 2015. After the band signed with Rise, the label released an expanded version of Old Souls in August 2016, containing also the EP Lord of Woe (originally self-released in 2010) and a new track, "Ether".
They self-released their debut EP, Lord of Woe, on 27 September 2010.
They released a single entitled "Let Me In" on 12 May 2014.
On 29 May 2015, Make Them Suffer released their second full-length album entitled "Old Souls".
On 14 June 2016, they released a new track titled "Ether".
On 7 June 2017, the band released the single "Fireworks" and announced their 3rd album "Worlds Apart" to be released through Rise Records.
On 9 June 2017, they officially announced that Chris Arias-Real, Lachlan Monty, and Louisa Burton were no longer in the band. They announced Jaya Jeffery as their new bass guitarist and Booka Nile on keyboards and clean vocals.
They have toured with such notable acts as Architects, Thy Art Is Murder, The Amity Affliction, Pvris, Bleeding Through, Stick To Your Guns, Northlane, August Burns Red, Oceano, Job for a Cowboy, Whitechapel, and War from a Harlots Mouth. The band completed a headlining world tour in 2017 in support of the Worlds Apart album through Canada, USA, Europe, UK and Australia with support acts Wage War, Enterprise Earth, Novelists, Spite and Alpha Wolf.