“Green River” is the latest single from Lynchmada and it shows the band at its most crushing. The song shows that the band has reached a new level of heaviness, which is only a sign of things to come in the future. Lynchmada are veterans of the Australian heavy metal scene who are now starting to get major notice in North America. While the band’s last single “Immerser” demonstrated the development of the song writing dynamic within the band, “Green River” has taken things to a new level with an uncompromising groove and intensity.

Lynchmada are back with their latest crushing single “Immerser.” The song was mixed and mastered once again by renowned U.S. producer Zeuss responsible for production on many great track from bands like Soulfly, Hatebreed and Shadows Fall. The band was familiar with working with Zeuss after he produced Lynchmada’s second album To The Earth released at the end of last year. Lynchmada have been successful at building a great following of fans lately, thanks to their broad appeal to fans of all types of heavy music.

“Immerser” is the latest single from Australian metal act Lynchmada and let me tell you, this is a really good effort; it’s a heavy, blistering affair propelled along by a rather killer down-tuned riff. Vocally, I feel they wear their influences on their sleeve and I can hear a bit of All Shall Perish, Lamb Of God and perhaps even a bit of Acacia Strain.

Australian metal band Lynchmada recently released their full-length album, To The Earth, on Truth Inc. Records. In an effort to help fans better understand the releases’ riveting new songs, guitarists Simon Connors and Cameron Wallace were kind enough to offer PureGrainAudio a track-by-track analysis of each tune. Read on to get the inside scoop on the music featured on To The Earth.

Lynchmada are gearing up for a crazy 2012 and are starting the year off with an Australian tour with Cavalera Conspiracy. The band will be destroying the year with their second album To The Earth released via Truth Inc. Records. Guitarist Cameron Wallace recently gave PureGrainAudio some of his time to tell us about his Engl Fireball 60 Watt Head and how this piece of gear works for him. Read about it below.