Borders released their new single 'FIX THIS'

Oct 12, 2022
Borders released their new single 'FIX THIS'

What do you get when you combine ferocious, hard-hitting metalcore in a blender with elements of hip-hop, grime, hardcore and alternative metal—then finish it off with a dash of introspection and more than its fair share of brazen, no-holds-barred atmosphere?
You get Borders, a young but driven collective hellbent on taking the heavy music community by storm with an onslaught of thought-provoking, sinister and brutally aggressive tracks. Built around an impetus that obliterates any notion of single-genre classification in favor of an immersive yet punishingly heavy experience, Borders continually push the limits of what one would expect from any band in the metalcore circuit.

Today, Borders released their brand new track via Arising Empire called 'Fix This' taken from their upcoming new album »Bloom Season«, out worldwide on November 18th.

“Fix This is about my mum going through Cancer and how it affected me. It’s very difficult watching someone you love wither away without any kind of security or hope for tomorrow. Cancer is all consuming, not only to the patient but also to their support systems. Luckily for me, 12 years later my mum is still alive and well. I love you mum.”



Watch 'Fix This' now on our Youtube channel.
Pre-order »Bloom Season« as CD, limited colored vinyl and get your merch at the Arising Empire Shop


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