Gold Frankincense & Myrrh, an all-female Beautycore band comprised of a trio of sisters, commonly referred to as GFM, from Jacksonville, Florida, have unveiled their new single 'Stuck in My Suicide'.
Suicide is a harsh word that is always associated with the gruesome death of oneself. There is never a positive meaning for suicide. GFM’s song “Stuck in my Suicide” encourages the listener to keep fighting, despite having the feeling that no one is listening or cares; there is a way out. Physical suicide should never be the answer to escaping the issues of the world, and it leaves the heavy burden of sorrow on those who are left behind. Through God’s strength alone, you will find the ability to combat your old self, day after day, eventually leading you to victory and the freedom to embrace a new life with Christ.
GFM infuses positive, youthful energy into traditional metal styling. They have introduced a new genre to the music word by the name of Beautycore which is a mix of hard rock and metalcore, played exclusively by women, and have coined the phrase “we are a new breed rising” from their song Graveyard of Identities. The group’s family ties inherently developed a tight musical bond, and began touring in 2014. Since then, GFM has been sought out for both Christian and general market events, playing festivals and traditional venues and the Axes and Anchors Cruise. GFM was a part of the Summer RockFest Tour with Seventh Day Slumber, Random Hero, Scarlet White, and The Protest.
Eighteen-year-old CJ shines as the band’s lead guitarist and shares vocals with seventeen-year-old Maggie, who rocks dual instruments on bass and keys. The youngest of the group, thirteen-year-old Lulu, anchors the band with an intensity on drums that is way beyond her years.
GFM’s edgy sound resonates in the familiar dark corners of its metal genre; but with influencers like August Burns Red, Memphis May Fire, and Fit For a King, GFM’s lyrics infuse a positive energy. Through their individual journeys, GFM manages to blur the lines of the Christian sub-culture. Drawing its name from the original gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh, GFM proves that while the guitar’s distorted, the message is clear. The mission is spreading hope and strength to a dark and hurting age. GFM's current full-length album, "Identity Crisis" is available on all digital download websites including: iTunes, Spotify, Google Music and much more.