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ABBATH shared another track from upcoming album “Outstrider”

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ABBATH shared another track from upcoming album “Outstrider”

Norwegian black metal titans ABBATH are now releasing the second new track, taken from their upcoming full length ‘Outstrider’. The album is set for worldwide release on July 5, 2019 via Season of Mist.

The new offering “Calm in Ire (of Hurricane)” is now streaming in the form of a lyric video:

Abbath
‘Outstrider’
(Season of Mist)

1. Calm in Ire (Of Hurricane) (04:32)
2. Bridge of Spasms (03:49)
3. The Artifex (04:09)
4. Harvest Pyre (04:12)
5. Land of Khem (04:08)
6. Outstrider (05:39)
7. Scythewinder (04:17)
8. Hecate (04:25)
9. Pace till Death (BATHORY cover) (03:41)
Total: 38:52

The coverartwork was created by Kim Holm and Olav Iversen.

Available formats:
Digipak
Digibox + extra’s
LP in various colours
Casette

Pre-sales: http://smarturl.it/AbbathOutstrider

When Abbath announced that he had left IMMORTAL, it sent massive shockwaves through the metal scene. The iconic frontman had long become the “face” of the Norwegian black scene, his image synonymous with the genre. Upon releasing his debut album with his eponymous new band, ABBATH, in 2016, trve fans were satiated with a dose of icy, blackened fury.

Now, the Norwegian giant returns for round two, armed with a refined lineup and ready to strike with a sophomore effort that is sure to once again exceed the expectations of Abbath’s loyal fanbase. ‘Outstrider’ sees a maturation in sound, delivering a tighter, well-rounded offering from the band as they come into their own identity.

While there are moments that certainly channel the frosty hallmarks of IMMORTAL, there is no danger of ABBATH repeating that formula. ABBATH draws from NWOBM and melodic influences, adding a fresh new flavor to the sound that the band’s founder came to define.

‘Oustrider’ consists of eight, crushing original songs and concludes with a fiery BATHORY cover. The album promises a full-on aural assault from start to finish with frigid riffage and a robust pocket that are layered with vocals from one of the most identifiable voices in black metal. If you thought ABBATH came in hot with their last record, just wait until you hear this!

ABBATH tourdates:

27 Jul 19 Steenwijk (NL) Stonehenge Festival 2019
24 Aug 19 Bergen (NO)  Beyond the Gates Festival

About Abbath: 

Facebook / Webpage / Instagram

Line-up 
Abbath – Vocals & guitars
Ole Andre Farstad -Guitars
Ukri Suviletho – Drums
Mia Wallace – Bass

Bandpicture-Abbath-Francisco_Munoz

Managing editor: Elsa Marques

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