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Baroness Stream New Track, Morningstar

Baroness are streaming their fantastic new song, Morningstar, exclusively with Kerrang! Hear it before anyone else right here…
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Baroness are streaming their brand new song, Morningstar, exclusively with Kerrang! 

The track is taken from their upcoming album, Purple, which is set to be released on December 18 through Abraxan Hymns. Check out the track below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section.

In the run up to the release of their new album Purple, the band are exclusively revealing all the tracks with artwork across the globe today online today – use the hashtag #FINDPURPLE

Talking about the the artwork, vocalist John Baizley said Our new record comes out in a few days. We’d like to take a moment now to recognize and give thanks to some of our friends who helped us transform our new album Purple,’ from a collection of songs we wrote in a basement in Philadelphia, into something more internally meaningful than we had anticipated. It was not a simple process, and we most definitely could not have created this without the extreme dedication and help from some of our incredibly talented friends. Today we’d like you to meet Marald van Haasteren, an incredibly talented visual artist, who we have the great fortune of calling a true friend. He created all the internal drawings for Purple,’ and all of the images accompanying our YouTube tracks. There are even some which won’t be revealed until next year, when we have some special occasions to release them …

Pre-order packages for Purple are now available from PledgeMusic, iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.

Don’t forget to pick up the latest issue of Kerrang! (out now) to read our massive feature on Baroness.

Posted on December 3rd 2015, 11:59a.m.
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