The beasts in Broken Flesh are prepping for the launch of their fourth full-length album, and HM is honored to premiere another new track from the self-titled album. We spoke with vocalist Jacob Mathes about the track, “Unworthy”:

A fun fact not many are aware of is that the members of Broken Flesh are responsible for me having a relationship and walk with Christ.  I was friends with them before I joined the band and began to get close with them not too from the time that Forever in Flames was recorded.  Coincidentally enough, my favorite song off that album was the song you are head banging to right now, “Unworthy.”  So for me, it was nothing short of a complete honor to be part of re-recording this beast for the new album.

Lyrically, this song has a lot of relevance to the overall theme of the album: The struggle of the flesh against the spirit and the suffering that all of the brides of Christ have been called to be ready for, for the expansion of the kingdom of heaven and the hope that at least one person would come to receive the love of Christ in that. Hope you all enjoy!  Much love and God bless.

The new album drops Sept. 4 from Luxor Records. Krank this one loud!

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