The Killer Inside Me is the first track released from Kingston alt-metal band Harbour Sharks’ upcoming debut album. The band have spent two years touring and perfecting their sound since forming in 2015, producing the grizzly, rhythmic riffs and powerful vocals present in this track. They should appeal to fans of Beartooth, A Day To Remember and Stone Sour.
When asked about the themes behind the song, the band explain:
“The Killer Inside Me is about the thought process of a serial killer with a split personality who feels hard done by and struggles to act on their instincts. The killer eventually reasons that as humans we are insignificant, yet vows to never feel this way as he doesn’t feel he fits in with human normality. Although we don’t condone the acts of serial killers, we feel that this is a song for anyone who has ever felt outcast or humiliated in social norms that they can relate to.”
The video further encapsulates this theme with its portrayal of a man who is clearly such an outcast and its depiction of his disturbed mental state. It is an excellent overall piece and we highly recommend checking it out.