Listen to Abbath’s Chaotic, Merciless New Single
Norwegian black metal four-piece Abbath have released the title track to their upcoming album Outstrider. This song is the third single so far, following Harvest Pyre and Calm in Ire Of Hurricane. The new one is noisy, chaotic, and thoroughly diabolical, only further proving that the album is going to be an awesome storm of black metal.
Listen to Outstrider below:
Outstrider will serve as Abbath’s sophomore album, but for Abbath himself, the lead vocalist and guitarist, it is only one of multiple projects he’s been a part of. As the former vocalist and bassist of Immortal, one of the most iconic Norwegian black metal bands, Abbath cemented himself as a tireless creative mind and an innovator of the kickass black’n’roll riff. Still, his current and previous projects remain distinguishable from one another, especially given how much Abbath draw in NWOBHM and melodic influences.
Outstrider will be out July 5 via Season of Mist, and it’s now available for pre-order. Don’t forget to catch Abbath on their upcoming tour:
27 - Steenwijk (NL) @ Stonehenge Festival
24 - Bergen (NO) @ Beyond the Gates Festival
23 - Weimar (DE) @ Uhrenwerk
24 - Bochum (DE) @ Matrix
25 - Nijmegen (NL) @ Doornroosje
26 - Antwerpen (BE) @ Trix
27 - London (UK) @ Islington Assembly Hall
28 - Paris (FR) @ La Machine Du Moulin Rouge
29 - Nantes (FR) @ Stereolux
30 - Toulouse (FR) @ Metronum
31 - Barcelona (ES) @ Salamandra
01 - Madrid (ES) @ But
02 - Lyon (FR) @ Nikasi Kao
04 - Mannheim (DE) @ MS Connexion Complex
05 - München (DE) @ Backstage
06 - Luzern (CH) @ Schüür
07 - Parma (IT) @ Campus Music Industry
08 - Brno (CZ) @ Fleda
09 - Warschau (PL) @ Progresja
11 - Berlin (DE) @ Festsaal Kreuzberg
12 - Hamburg (DE) @ Kulturpalast
13 - Copenhagen (DK) @ Amager Bio
14 - Gothenburg (SE) @ Tradgarn
15 - Stockholm (SE) @ Fryhuset Klubben
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