Canadian metalcore music group Now and on the planet make use of towers of acoustic guitar noise, intense percussion, dark overlays of electronic devices, and flashes of pop accents to produce an unrelenting audio that’s dark and furious, yet also artful. Right now and on the planet were formed from your ashes of Miss the Foreplay, a Montreal-based music group who combined upbeat dance noises with metal. Miss the Foreplay split up after liberating an recording for high-profile punk label Epitaph Information, 2012’s Nightlife, but business lead vocalist Marc-André Fillion and guitarists Charles Pilon and Mathieu Maltais had been wanting to make even more music, and in 2014 they teamed up with bassist and vocalist Anthony Alain-Rossi, key pad participant Phillipe Ferguson, and drummer Nick Tremblay. Conjuring a audio that took Miss the Foreplay’s strategy in a a lot more sinister and muscular path, they followed the name Today and on the planet, and Epitaph valued the band’s brand-new path enough to include Now and on the planet with their roster. After getting into the studio room with manufacturer Frank Daniel Shooflar, Today and on the planet emerged using their debut record, Blacked Out, that was released in Apr 2015.