Posted by Imperator on 9th June, 2021 @ 15:06 UTCBy Imperator on 09-06-2021 @ 15:06 UTC

The new album will be titled "Infinite Granite" and is scheduled to be released on the 20th of August through Sargent House.

Deafheaven reveal details for next album, and premiere one of the new songs
Deafheaven reveal details for next album, and premiere one of the new songs

U.S. Post-BM band United States Deafheaven revealed today through their Facebook page the tracklist, cover art and release date for their upcoming full-length album. The new album, which will be titled "Infinite Granite", is due for release on the 20th of August through American label Sargent House.

"Infinite Granite" will mark the band's fifth full-length release, and features a total of nine tracks:

  1. Shellstar
  2. In Blur
  3. Great Mass of Color
  4. Neptune Raining Diamonds
  5. Lament for Wasps
  6. Villan
  7. The Gnashing
  8. Other Language
  9. Mombasa


Together with this new info, the band also made the song "Great Mass of Color" available for listening to give fans an idea of what to expect:

 


There's not much going on with the cover art, but here's a closer look anyway:

Deafheaven Infinite Granite


Pre-orders for "Infinite Granite" are available in digital, CD, picture disc and vinyl formats, along with some t-shirt designs to mark the occasion, all of which you can check out here.



Last edited by Imperator on 9th June, 2021 @ 16:22 UTC

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