Thursday, May 23, 2024

Norwegian Blackened Hardcore Outfit Share New Track "The Famine" Via Idioteq

 Norwegian blackened-hardcore five-piece outfit SIBIIR today share another single off their third album "Undergang", which is set to be released on June 14th via Fysisk Format.

Titled "The Famine", this new track is now playing at Idioteq at this location

The band had this to say about this new track: "The Famine is an imagined future scenario of what will happen if we continue to exploit the planet’s resources as we do today, where more and more land becomes dead soil. The lyrics are wrapped in our shared musical references, from 80's thrash to modern metal, culminating in a final part that could have continued into eternity. It’s the last track on the album, so the only right thing was to go for a long fade-out. And fade-out as you know has become retro, so it actually fits the song perfectly.”

Listen to the album's leading single "Placid Waters" here.

Recorded at Caliban Studios at Storsjøen, Norway by Ruben Willem with additional recordings done at FrontRow Studio in Ålesund by Fredrik Ingebrigtsen, and at Brageveien Studio by Øyvind Røsrud Gundersen, mixed and mastered by Ruben Willem, "Undergang" features the cover artwork by Danny Larsen and is now available for pre-order at this location

With backgrounds in such diverse groups as Sigh & Explode, Jack Dalton, Do You Love Melena? and Call:Vega, SIBIIR was formed in 2014 in Oslo, Norway, and since then the band have released a two-track EP and two full-length albums to widespread critical acclaim.

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