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Delain announce new album “Apocalypse & Chill”

Dutch stars Delain are back with their sixth studio album with a controversial title and cover artwork. Read more details below.

Following the release of their two latest singles, “Burning Bridges” and “One Second”, symphonic metal group Delain unveils details regarding their new dystopian masterpiece. Their newest full-length offering titled “Apocalypse & Chill” features an electrifying blend of heavy rock and metal influences and marks a new chapter in the band’s evolving catalogue.

“Apocalypse & Chill” explores topics of impending doom and human indifference, making this their boldest, most daring and undeniable offering yet. Brutal riffs, synth-heavy patterns and fully orchestrated compositions accented by vocalist Charlotte Wessels’ extraordinary vocal potency will enthral the listener, while new influences may surprise. The broad soundscape on “Apocalypse & Chill” ranges from anthemic rock to electronic metal and breaks all stereotypes, without losing the special Delain trademarks.

The band on “Apocalypse & Chill”: “We think this “Apocalypse & Chill” will surprise our listeners. It is heavy with new influences and we’re really curious to find out how our audience will respond to that.”

The album will be released on February 7, 2020.

1. One Second
2. We Had Everything
3. Chemical Redemption
4. Burning Bridges
5. Vengeance
6. To Live Is To Die
7. Let’s Dance
8. Creatures
9. Ghost House Heart
10. Masters Of Destiny
11. Legions Of The Lost
12. The Greatest Escape
13. Combustion

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