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Spiritbox unveil details of their debut LP

Canadian metal unit Spiritbox shares details of their long-awaited debut full-length album. Read all about “Eternal Blue” below.

Titled “Eternal Blue”, Spiritbox’s full-length debut will be released on September 17 via Rise Records. The album consists of 12 tracks, including hit singles “Holy Roller”, “Circle With Me” and “Constance”, and features Sam Carter of Architects on guest vocals on track no. 3. See the cover and full tracklisting below: 

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1. Sun Killer
2. Hurt You
3. Yellowjacket feat. Sam Carter
4. The Summit
5. Secret Garden
6. Silk In The Strings
7. Holy Roller
8. Eternal Blue
9. We Live In A Strange World
10. Halcyon
11. Circle With Me
12. Constance

Vocalist Courtney La Plante comments: “We are very anxious to release our album, it is a body of work we have been accumulating for over two years. Having the recording process put on hold for so long due to the pandemic has made me see that I can never take the experience of tracking an album for granted ever again. I must say that although we never intended to wait so long to do this record, I think it did help the songs become stronger.

I am so happy with every single song, I wish I could release each one as a single with a music video. They all reflect different moments and influences in our lives. We have had enough time to release the exact music we would like to put out into the world, with no need to compromise. Every single note and every single syllable is the music that we have always dreamed of making and we are very proud of it.”

To celebrate the album announcement, the trio revealed a brand new single “Secret Garden”, their most ambitious track to date. 

Courtney commented on “Secret Garden” prior to its release: “I think this is the most scared I’ve been to put out a song, because I realize as we continue to release music in single format, listeners can start to assume what kind of band we are, and are alarmed when we do not meet those assumptions.”

She continues: “I want to continue to showcase the fluidity that is inherent in heavy music, and Even though this is just one part of a full body of work that may not sound exactly like this song, it is a song that we love and are obsessed with. I celebrate variation. ‘Secret Garden’ is exciting to me, for this reason.” 

Listen to the song: 

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