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Temple Of Lies New Album Is Out 1st July & New Show Announced!




Temple Of Lies New Album Out 1st July, New Show & Filming At Album Launch Show!


TEMPLE OF LIES release their third, new album 'The Serial Killer Suite' on 1st July via Attic Records. They've also just been confirmed for support to Pop Will Eat Itself and Senser in Leicester on 12th November.

The band will also be filming at their album launch show this Saturday 1st July in the Firebug, Leicester, they're going to be taping a 'dream sequence' for their new video and anyone who wants to get involved in this just needs to put on their finest and come along!

'The Serial Killer Suite' is an album that will make quite an impact for Temple Of Lies, their third full-length release and their finest to date, it melds together huge riffs, pounding beats and some seriously great tunes it sees the band taking another step up.


Their second single from this album 'SKIN' is a monster of a track, dark and delicious with chunky, mauling riffs hammering down over a seriously heavy groove and Si Shaw's gravel laden vocals. The video gives the track a serious twist as alongside the lyrical darkness.


Check out the video for 'SKIN' below!







Temple Of Lies on new album 'The Serial Killer Suite':

"While waiting for the production to be returned from our previous recording, FROM SAND, we ended up writing a new 12 track concept album and doing all the pre-production in our studio. It started out as an EP called 'Empty House' and after churning out around 25 complete songs we whittled it down to twelve, some of those materialising from earlier ideas. The song Empty House didn't make the final recording this time but there may be another EP on the way in the not too distant future. The lyrics for the new album THE SERIAL KILLER SUITE came gradually and relate to our own life experiences over the last 18 months or so and the title was chosen about half way through that stage. We wanted to deliver a heavier, darker album this time, while still keeping the TOL groove and bounce, mixing metal with stoner rock themes. The metaphorical lyrics are designed to work on different levels and are deliberately left open to interpretation by the listener. This TOL album is riff heavy and full of hooks, every song stands up on its own and together the listener is taken on a sonic journey. The album cover artwork again by Alan O'Neill is titled 'Layers of the Soul' and is designed to reflect the lyrical themes.
We will be playing the new album in its entirety at the launch party at Firebug, Leicester, on July 1st 2017 and look forward to taking it out on the road this summer. We are excited to announce the newest arrival to the band, Jags, on bass who will add a new dimension to the bottom end making the live performance heavier and tighter than ever."




Upcoming shows:

1st July - Firebug, Leicester, Album launch show
12th August - Prince Of Wales, Kettering
26th August - Chameon Arts Cafe, Nottingham
12th November - Dryden Street Social supporting POP WILL EAT ITSELF, SENSER
More dates tbc.




Pre-order link for The Serial Killer Suite CD:
http://atticrecordsuk.bigcartel.com/product/temple-of-lies-album-cd-the-serial-killer-suite-pre-order
Sales link for 'SKIN': http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1233451181
http://templeoflies.bigcartel.com/products
Sales links for Temple Of Lies: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/temple-of-lies/id1042439003




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