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NOVELISTS Release Guitar Play Through For 'Under Different Welkins'





NOVELISTS Release Guitar Play Through Of Song From Upcoming Album 'Noir'




Up and coming modern progressive metal outfit NOVELISTS released a guitar playthrough for their brand new song 'Under Different Welkins'. The song comes off of their upcoming second album 'Noir' which will be released on the 8th of September via Arising Empire & SharpTone Records.

Watch the guitar playthrough now here: https://youtu.be/kq4EBL_aEpY

ICYMI:
Watch 'Under Different Welkins' here: https://youtu.be/HvuVrWucEdI
Watch 'The Light, The Fire' here: https://youtu.be/OgSmY4DCSCM

Pre-order your copy of 'Noir' here: http://geni.us/NovelistsNoir

The band recently announced to support Australian deathcore powerhouse MAKE THEM SUFFER on their Worlds Apart European Tour 2017. They'll also share the stage with CURSED EARTH.


WORLDS APART EU/UK TOUR 2017

MAKE THEM SUFFER
NOVELISTS
CURSED EARTH

20.10.17 Germany Frankfurt @ 11er
21.10.17 Holland Hilversum @ De Vorstin
22.10.17 Belgium Antwerp @ Kavka
23.10.17 UK London @ Boston Music Rooms
24.10.17 UK Manchester @ Rebellion
26.10.17 UK Glasgow @ The Garage Attic
27.10.17 UK Leeds @ Key Club
28.10.17 UK Brighton @ Sticky Mike's
29.10.17 UK Bristol @ The Fleece
30.10.17 UK Nottingham @ Rock City Basement
01.11.17 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
02.11.17 Germany München @ Feierwerk
04.11.17 Italy Milan @ Circolo Svolta
05.11.17 Austria Graz @ Explosiv
06.11.17 Germany Nürnberg @ Z-Bau
07.11.17 Czech Rep Prague @ 007
08.11.17 Germany Berlin @ Cassiopeia
09.11.17 Denmark Aalborg @ Aalborg Metal Festival
10.11.17 Norway Oslo @ Revolver
12.11.17 Sweden Gothenburg @ Fängelset
13.11.17 Germany Hamburg @ Hafenklang
14.11.17 Germany Hannover @ Mephisto
15.11.17 Germany Leipzig @ Naumanns
16.11.17 Germany Oberhausen @ Kulttempel

Tracklist of Noir
01. L'appel du Vide
02. Monochrome
03. Under Different Welkins
04. Les Nuits Noires
05. Grey Souls
06. A Bitter End
07. Stranger Self
08. The Light, The Fire
09. Joie de Vivre
10. Lead the Light
11. À Travers le Miroir
12. Heal the Wound

NOVELISTS are:
Matt Gelsomino - vocals
Florestan Durand - guitar
Amael Durand - drums
Charly Kelevra - guitar
Nicolas Delestrade - bass

www.novelistsmusic.com | www.facebook.com/novelistsmusic | www.arising-empire.com

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