If you’re a fan of bands like All That Remains, Killswitch Engage, Bullet For My Valentine, As I Lay Dying, and Escape the Fate, then you’re in for a treat with United Thoughts’ powerful track, “Hate Loop”. This song follows a heroic and cyclical theme, telling the story of a man seeking vengeance for the murder of his parents. Each time he eliminates a villain, he finds himself back on the day of the tragic event.


What sets United Thoughts apart is their collaborative approach with various creatives from different mediums. They beautifully blend music, visual content, storytelling, and philosophy, making art not just a means, but a goal itself. With no face of the project, the creators put their egos aside, focusing on the creation as the main motif.

The songwriters in United Thoughts tackle a range of thought-provoking topics. Through their music, they provide therapy for both themselves and the listeners. Their lyrics delve into morality, mental struggles, challenging life situations, intricate philosophical concepts, and the very essence of life itself, which gives meaning to all of the above.


With vocals by Semyon Yakovlev, composition and project authorship by Konstantin Ovsyannikov, and lyrics penned by Kirill Dyakonov, “Hate Loop” is a remarkable composition. The recording and mixing, expertly handled by Alexander Antonov and Roman Kharyukov, bring out the song’s full potential.


Overall, United Thoughts delivers a captivating musical experience. “Hate Loop” not only appeals to fans of similar bands but also showcases the collective’s unique approach to art and storytelling. The deep themes explored within the lyrics make for a therapeutic and introspective journey. United Thoughts invites listeners to reflect on morality, mental health, and the profound complexities of life itself.


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“Hateloop” has been added to my “Heavy and Wanderlust”  playlists on Spotify!