Prison is a harsh, metallic nightmare comprised of the very thoughts most people fight to suppress. The issues that are too taboo to talk about publicly are mere stepping stones for the band. Disarming honesty and punishing precision are the main ingredients of this low-end remedy, which can cure whatever ails you.
Brewing in the depths of Florida's muck since 2014, the artistic output of Prison has only gathered tenacity and edge with time. With an insatiable aim to bridge the gap between genres, boundaries serve only as walls waiting to be demolished.
Above all, Prison are a no-holds-barred, unadulterated barrage of truth that will make your hairs stand on end with each and every line.
Are you ready?
Ready for your first taste of Prison? Listen to "Rape Me." This is all you have to go on — it's pure and primal.
"Because of the severity of the subject matter and how personally intimate the details of the track are, I've asked that the members not be named, including myself," a member of the band said. "There may be a time and place for that down the road, but right now, what matters is the anti-rape message, not who wrote it. It is still difficult for me to talk about, although funneling my trauma into a creative outlet is helping me recover - slowly but surely. I hope to one day be able to discuss this publicly without having to relive the pain. I've had to listen to the song on repeat to help desensitize myself before the release. Writing these words helped me feel empowered and masculine for the first time since it happened. I can only pray it helps others the way it has helped me. I can't justify living through what I've lived through in vain. I have to use it as fuel."