Posted by Imperator on 28th July, 2022 @ 22:02 UTCBy Imperator on 28-07-2022 @ 22:02 UTC

A music video was revealed yesterday for the song "Born of Satan's Flesh", the first glimpse of the band's next full-length album, "Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven".

Goatwhore reveal new single from upcoming album
Goatwhore reveal new single from upcoming album

Louisiana Black / Death Metal veterans United States Goatwhore have recently revealed the details for the next full-length album, which is to be titled "Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven", and scheduled for release on the 7th of October through long-time label Metal Blade Records. The first taste of the new album is a music video for the opening track, "Born of Satan's Flesh", check it out:

 


Metal Blade Records had this to say regarding the album's contents:

Unquestionably their strongest, most accomplished album to date in sound, concept, and execution, "Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven" emits forty-seven desolating minutes of the band’s trademark fusion of death, black, thrash, and classic metal. Delivered with breathless intensity and an unapologetic bloodlust, the twelve-track offering stands among the most thrilling records to come out of 2022.

"I would describe this record as being very raw, but clarity is shaped within the chaos," reflects vocalist Louis Ben Falgoust II. "It’s a journey of everything we’ve done and some new approaches as we advance forward. When we write, we mainly focus on the music and what we enjoy about playing it. We don’t write just to appease others. We want to enjoy playing it in a live setting as well, especially night after night on the road."


"Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven" will mark the band's first album in over five years, and their eighth overall in a career spanning over 25 years. The tracklist features 12 new songs in total:

  1. Invocation 3
  2. Born of Satan's Flesh
  3. The Bestowal of Abomination
  4. Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven
  5. Death from Above
  6. Ruinous Liturgy
  7. Victory is the Lightning of Destruction
  8. Voracious Blood Fixation
  9. The Devil's Warlords
  10. Weight of a Soulless Heart
  11. Nihil
  12. And I Was Delivered from the Wound of Perdition


The cover art was designed by U.S. singer and artist Jordan Barlow, who's artwork you may have already encountered with the likes of Norway 1349 and Germany The Ruins of Beverast:

Goatwhore Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven


"Angels Hung from the Arches of Heaven" is now available for pre-order via the Metal Blade Records store in a variety of CD and vinyl formats:

https://www.metalblade.com/goatwhore/

Goatwhore Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven Vinyl 1


Goatwhore Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven Vinyl 2



Last edited by Imperator on 28th July, 2022 @ 23:56 UTC

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