ERRA Debut Scorching New Single “Scorpion Hymn”

Inching closer and closer to the release of their upcoming self-titled record, Australian noisemakers ERRA have just unleashed their blistering fourth new single.

Continuing where they left off with “Snowblood,” “House of Glass,” and “Divisionary,” the band’s new track “Scorpion Hymn” is an absolute slobberknocker based off an old legend.   

“The title refers to the fable of The Scorpion and the Frog, about the nature of violent instinct,” explains guitarist/vocalist Jesse Cash. “It lent a means of having aggressive lyrics to compliment the aggressive style of the instrumentals. The theme deviates in the middle section with about 8 lines about self-reflection, hazy identity, perhaps imposter syndrome, and as final group of lines that summarize the development of jaded feelings towards aged aspirations.”

To check out the bruising new song, be sure to see below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order ERRA before it drops March 19th via UNFD.