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EARTHLESS Release Title Track From Forthcoming Album 'Black Heaven'




San Diego-based trio Earthless return with their new full-length album Black Heaven on March 16 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The band are sharing the album's title track, ahead of kicking off their eagerly-anticipated US and EU tour: 


https://youtu.be/0QvV3J5buvk 



“A whirlwind ride through dark clouds and muddy waters, hi-energy sludge that rolls and heavy riffage that rocks”, is how drummer Mario Rubalcaba describes 'Black Heaven'. “Psychedelic sprinkles all over the place make me wanna turn this sucker up loud as hell only to howl at the heavens!"

“The main riff for ‘Black Heaven’ came about during a soundcheck in Australia in 2015”, adds bass player Mike Eginton. “I think we sort of played that riff a little bit several times on that tour while we were setting up. Other parts came in over the following years, but it wasn’t ever worked on very seriously until we started working on Black Heaven. Then it came together pretty quickly when we started jamming it out.”

Black Heaven is now available to pre-order:
Limited Edition coloured and splatter vinyl: http://nblast.de/EarthlessShop
Limited Edition Black Vinyl: http://nblast.de/EarthlessVinyl
Limited Edition Digipack CD: http://nblast.de/EarthlessDigipack
Digital album from iTunes: http://nblast.de/EarthlessBlackHeavenIT

Black Heaven track list:

Gifted by the Wind
End to End
Electric Flame
Volt Rush
Black Heaven
Sudden End

Pre-order the album on various limited edition formats: nuclearblast.com/earthless-blackheaven


Black Heaven was recorded at Rancho de la Luna in Joshua Tree, CA with Dave Catching (Eagles of Death Metal) handling production. The artwork was created by UK based artist, Andrew Sloane, who the band found on Instagram. Watch how they came up with the concept and got Andrew on board, here:





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