THEN COMES SILENCE will release their album ‘BLOOD’ on October 20th on Nuclear Blast!
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Director and editor: Per Kristiansen
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Swedish post punk/dark wave masters THEN COMES SILENCE have revealed the cover art of their upcoming, fourth full-length studio album, entitled »Blood«, which will be released on October 20, 2017 worldwide via Nuclear Blast. Mastermind Alex Svenson explains the album title as follows: “I named it »Blood« because the album is a process of sorrow, search for strength, a permission to feel hate sometimes and to let love in.” 🖤
The tracklist of the album will read as follows:
01. The Dead Cry For No One
02. Flashing Pangs Of Love
03. Strange Kicks
04. My Bones
05. In Leash
06. Choose Your Poison
07. Good Friday
08. The Rest Will Follow
10. Warm Like Blood
Limited 1st edition bonus track
12. Into Death Alone
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2017-05-26 – Nuclear Blast is extremely excited to announce the worldwide signing of the Swedish post punk/dark wave band THEN COMES SILENCE.
Founded in 2012 in Stockholm by singer and main songwriter Alex Svenson, THEN COMES SILENCE have released three albums since and gathered an ever-growing following within the international scene. The band are currently working on their debut for Nuclear Blast which is scheduled for release later in the year. (Source: Nuclear Blast).
You can read here the 13 Questions to Alex Svenson
“You can find a lot of influences that goes from The Stooges to Bauhaus, from Joy Division to New Order, from E.A Poe to August Derleth, from the most experimental David Bowie to Editors, from Turbonegro to Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult, and that’s not all because they have also this evolving cinematic vibe all around in some of their mind-tempo songs, a very good exercise of algorithms and complexity into its atmosphere. Intense, i couldn’t stop to listen to it from the beginning to end, no single pause in between. The sequence between songs is just perfect, the intensity factor never fades away.” / Oskar Terramortis wrote on his Nyctophilian review.