It is no coincidence that listeners of STRAY FROM THE PATH will often have a difficult time confining them to a specific genre. They have made it a point to remain unpredictable, intricate and intelligent. Listeners can expect their music to surpass the gratuitous and/or contrived music that is all too common today, and instead perform articulate songs that refuse to compromise their precision, honesty and genuine desire to impress.
In 2013, the group delivers their most cohesive, intricate and mature effort of their career and look to solidify themselves as one of the hardcore/metal genre’s most dynamic artists. This in-your-face, blistering new offering, Anonymous, is STRAY FROM THE PATH’s fourth full-length album and was produced by Will Putney (Chiodos, For Today) at the Machine Shop in NJ. Whether you love it or hate it, you are going to hear the soundtrack of four kids who grew up in a hardcore scene who are now furious with the current state of the music scene and have something to actually say about it.
STRAY FROM THE PATH has always went into writing new music with intentions to keep it fresh, keep it powerful and keep it pissed. Anonymous has it’s own mood on the record, with a dark energy throughout.