Thursday, October 8, 2020

Harakiri For The Sky present ‘I, Pallbearer’, the first preview of their new album Mӕre

Harakiri For The Sky present ‘I, Pallbearer’, the first preview of their new album Mӕre

Harakiri For The Sky will release their new album Mӕre on January 29 next year (February 19 in the United States). Released by AOP Records, it is about ten songs that go beyond 80 minutes, ten new feverish dreams inaugurated by "I, Pallbearer", the first single from his fifth album. In addition, the album features the collaborations of Neige de Alcest and the anonymous voice of Gaerea.

The pioneers of post black metal have decided that 'I, Pallbearer', the opening theme of the album, will come to us in the form of a music video that is mixed with the images of the previous clips that they already released, and that once again has been directed by Andreas J. Borsodi.
The Austrian vocalist and author of the lyrics, JJ, has commented on what is behind the song: “The new single 'I, Pallbearer' deals with psychological problems and bipolar disorder in particular that not only affects me, but which also caused the suicide of many of my friends in recent years. This is not only reflected in the title of the song, but also concisely in this part of the lyrics:

‘One more psychosis then I am also finally done
Cause the more I sleep, the less I dream
And then at night I drink and clean my gun
It’s me who should be dead, not you…’.”

Click on the screen to see the new video of Harakiri For The Sky
The Mӕre pre-order starts today through the following links and the album will be available in these exclusive formats:
AOP Records (EU-Shop)
AOP Records (US-Shop)
- Double CD mediabook
- Double LP gatefold with 24 page booklet
- Wooden CD boxset limited
- Wooden vinyl boxset limited
EDEL (Germany, Switzerland, Austria)
Plastic Head (Europe / world)
MVD Entertainment (North America)
You can get special color vinyls limited to 99 copies each at EMP and Napalm Records!
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