One of the records I’ve been waiting on baited breath for this year is Enabler‘s Fail to Feel Safe. Their last album, La Fin Absolue Du Monde, was a great, straightforward hardcore-metal album, the kind that you don’t see done at a high level too often, and the new material they’ve teased has been pretty bitchen.


We got an exclusive look at the making of Fail to Feel Safe via a studio-rigged video, which goes in-depth into the amps, pedals, outboard gear, and drum equipment used on the record. Jeff Lohrber, who manned every single instrument AND performed the vocals on the record, has been around the block a few times, handling drum duties in Today is the Day and Harlots, and in that time he’s accumulated a nice collection of drums and cymbals.

What’s also cool about this clip is it’s also basically a rigged for Silver Bullet Studios in Connecticut. A fine Northeast metal institution if ever there was one.

And in case THAT’S not enough Enabler content for you, the band has also dropped a mini-studio report documenting even more about the making of the album. Check it out:

Fail to Feel Safe drops August 7 via Century Media. Pre-order it here.

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Max is managing editor of Gear Gods.

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