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THY ART IS MURDER Release New Video For "The Son of Misery"










THY ART IS MURDER Release New Video 


THY ART IS MURDER will release their punishing new album Dear Desolation on August 18 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

The Australian band has just dropped another sonic thunderbolt from the album in the form of the fiery video for "The Son of Misery." Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XY9NobTtFg

About Dear Desolation, vocalist C.J. McMahon said, "I feel the strongest I've ever felt going into a record. Coming back to the fold of our band has reinvigorated me. I missed my brothers, touring, and of course all our dedicated fans around the world who have always given us their all. This new record is going to shape our future; we gave it everything we could and then some. In the past, I was the weakest link and now that I have re-built myself, we are stronger than ever and nothing can stand in our way."

Adds guitarist Andy Marsh, "Hate, War, Desolation; the trilogy series of the path mankind has laid out before himself. We are prouder than ever of our efforts on this record. A lot of time, planning, creativity and teamwork has culminated in what we think is our most completed vision yet: Dear Desolation."

ICYMI:
Check out the music video for the first single, "Slaves Beyond Death", here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvPK0qKB8m4

Pre-order Dear Desolation digitally now from iTunes and receive the song "Slaves Beyond Death" instantly.
Pre-order an array of physical formats:
Black/Orange Marble Vinyl, here
CD , here
Clear/Black/White Splatter Vinyl , here

Catch THY ART IS MURDER on tour this August/September with label mates DECAPITATED, FALLUJAH and GHOST BATH.

"The Double Homicide Tour 2017"
THY ART IS MURDER, DECAPITATED, FALLUJAH, GHOST BATH
20-Aug-17 Pittsburgh, PA - Rex Theater
21-Aug-17 Richmond, VA - Canal Club
22-Aug-17 Greensboro, NC - Blind Tiger
23-Aug-17 Atlanta, GA - The New Masquerade
24-Aug-17 New Orleans, LA - Southport Hall
25-Aug-17 Houston, TX - Scout Bar
26-Aug-17 Austin, TX - Come and Take It Live
27-Aug-17 Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Bar 'N Grill
29-Aug-17 Denver, CO - The Summit Music Hall
30-Aug-17 Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex
31-Aug-17 Spokane, WA - The Pin
01-Sep-17 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theater
02-Sep-17 Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theater
03-Sep-17 Seattle, WA - Studio Seven
05-Sep-17 Reno, NV - Jub Jub's
06-Sep-17 San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
07-Sep-17 West Hollywood, CA - The Roxy Theatre
08-Sep-17 Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory
09-Sep-17 Mesa, AZ - Club Red
10-Sep-17 El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls
11-Sep-17 Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theater
13-Sep-17 Lawrence, KS - Granada Theater
14-Sep-17 Joliet, IL - The Forge
15-Sep-17 Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection
16-Sep-17 Toronto, ON - The Opera House
17-Sep-17 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre
18-Sep-17 Ottawa, ON - Brass Monkey
19-Sep-17 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
20-Sep-17 Syracuse, NY - The Lost Horizon
21-Sep-17 New York, NY - Gramercy Theatre
22-Sep-17 Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
23-Sep-17 Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
24-Sep-17 Columbus OH - Park Street

For more info visit: facebook.com/thyartismurder | twitter.com/thyartismurder

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