Introducing: PROFILER Young Bristol Nu-Alternative-Metal Trio Release New Single ‘Re-Identify’

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Today sees Profiler release their third video/single, ‘Re-Identify’ – A 3 minute 45 second nu-alternative-metal rager, reminiscent of that early 2000’s sound of Limp Bizkit, Deftones and Linkin Park, intertwined with the modern grooves of Northlane and Architects.

Speaking on the new single, frontman Mike Evans said “Re-Identify is about dealing with the anxiety created by the modern world we all live in. More specifically it is about feeling trapped in your own mind and being unable to ‘Re-Identify’ yourself with the natural world of nature we all came from.

“It’s such a fantastic feeling that Re-Identify is now finally released. It’s been in the works for the last 4 months – It’s a blessing.”

Stream Re-Identify on Spotify here:

Born out of Bristol, South West UK in the autumn of 2017, Profiler was the brainchild of singer, guitarist and songwriter, Mike Evans. After a lengthy scouting period, Mike came across powerhouse rhythm section Joe Johnson and Oscar Hocking on Bass and Drums respectively. The newly united three-piece took to Bristol-based producer Tom Hennessy to produce their two debut singles ‘Burn’ and ‘Hypocrite Projection’ which have seen the band garner a buzz in the South West Music Scene.

In addition to support from the likes of Hubb Records and ‘A Year In Bristol’, Profiler are no strangers to Bristol’s bubbling live circuit. The band are favourites of the city’s pride and joy, Phoxjaw – not only playing their ‘Goodbye Dinosaur’ EP release at Rough Trade but also supporting the band on a number of other dates across the South West. With a handful of sold-out headline performances under their belt, Profiler were handpicked to support Pitchshifter at Bristol’s SWX in mid-November, in addition to having appeared at MacmillanFest, performing alongside VOLA, Monuments, The Hyena Kill, Feed The Rhino and more.

The future looks bright for the trio, having just signed with Diafol Management. Plans are now in place for early 2019 which will see the band hit the studio to record 5 new tracks, ahead of a spring touring schedule. “We going to be hitting the road to reach as many people as possible throughout 2019. stated Evans. “We want to spread our message and show how dedicated we are to this project. We will not stop – We want to make this a success.”

‘Re-Identify’ is out now through all usual digital outlets.

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