Priorities released two-track compilation for ”Medusa” and ”If I Believed”!

Melbourne metalcore rising stars Priorities release their crushing two-track compilation ”Medusa” and ”If I Believed”. Driven by harrowing breakdowns and unrelenting grooves, both tracks introduce the groups signature raw intensity in a well produced package.

”Medusa’ & ‘If I Believe” will treat listeners to a dynamic one-two punch of terse riffs, haunting melodies, a relentless rhythm section and hook laden choruses. Erupting in a nostalgia driven and aggressive wall of sound from the opening note, the group’s commendable musicianship builds and resolves tension effortlessly in a way that sends shivers down your spine. Vocalist Mitch Sigge delivers gut-wrenching melodies and evocative hooks that will stay with the listener long after the song has finished.


Vocalist Sigge states this about compilation:

“Both these tracks have follow a similar vein and are deeply personal. ‘Medusa’ explores what it’s like to be in a toxic space and breaking free from it. Lyrically, this track was co-written by myself and my partner, we both wanted to touch on our own experiences from the past, and how we came to find ourselves in the end. I wrote the lyrics to ‘If I Believed’ a long time ago, long before Priorities was even a band. I was in a really dark place and felt like the world was out to get me. ‘If I Believed’ is about the hopelessness I felt at that time; it felt like my whole world was completely shattered and all I had left to get through the day was music. At that point in time I was jealous of people who were pushing through their own challenges with a smile on their face because I couldn’t do that.”


Though new to the scene, Priorities have already taken the Australian music scene by storm with their unique and passion-filled take on traditional metalcore. And with more new music & upcoming shows in the works, we are excited to see the new era of Priorities unfold.



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Check out two music and lyric video for “Medusa” and “If I Believed”, below:

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