Zeal & Ardor unleash new song Götterdämmerung: "No gimmicks, no frills, no distractions, just rage"

Listen to Zeal & Ardor's mostly German-sung track Götterdämmerung, taken from their upcoming 2022 self-titled album…

Zeal & Ardor unleash new song Götterdämmerung: "No gimmicks, no frills, no distractions, just rage"
Emily Carter

Zeal & Ardor have shared another new song in the lead-up to February 2022's self-titled album.

Their latest effort – following Bow in September – is a mostly German-sung track, with frontman Manuel Gagneux explaining: "Götterdämmerung is our most bare bones song yet. No gimmicks, no frills, no distractions, just rage.

"Most of it is in German commanding your attention and heralding the dawn of a new point of view. This is Götterdämmerung."

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Of the self-titled album as a whole, Manuel continues: "The most important thing for an album of ours to do is transport you instantly into our mood, our world. Even though this might not be the one you might expect from us, this record certainly delivers on that front. We had time to hone in to what we think makes us interesting and what sounds we would like to explore through this we have found our home. Home is burning. Welcome home."

Listen to Götterdämmerung below:

Zeal & Ardor is due out on February 11 next year via MVKA.

Check out the full album tracklist:

1. Zeal & Ardor
2. Run
3. Death To The Holy
4. Emersion
5. Golden Liar
6. Erase
7. Bow
8. Feed The Machine
9. I Caught You
10. Church Burns
11. Götterdämmerung
12. Hold Your Head Low
13. J‑M-B
14. A‑H-I‑L

And here’s the artwork:

Catch Z&A live next year supporting Meshuggah at the following:

May 2022

26 Nottingham Rock City
28 Manchester Academy
29 Bristol O2 Academy
30 Glasgow Barrowlands

June 2022

1 Dublin Olympia
3 London Royal Albert Hall

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