VENOM SHARE ‘BRING OUT YOUR DEAD’ – NEW LYRIC VIDEO
“An anthem for blasphemers, fornicators and the forever cursed!”
LATEST STUDIO ALBUM, ‘STORM THE GATES’, OUT NOW VIA SPINEFARM RECORDS
NEW DOUBLE PIC DISC PRESSING AVAILABLE FROM APRIL 19th
Venom, the unholy trinity of Cronos, Rage and Dante, closed 2018 with new studio album, STORM THE GATES, released on CD / digital in December, with the double coloured vinyl LP format following in January of this year…
A classic call-to-arms, STORM THE GATES is a record from a legendary band who can legitimately be classed as both ‘original’ and ‘genre-defining’.
Now Venom have shared a lyric video for latest single ‘Bring Out Your Dead’, an anthem for blasphemers, fornicators and the forever cursed. Produced by the mighty Cronos himself, this is the raw sound of a band who don’t need tricks of technology to make their point. Watch now -
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‘Bring Out Your Dead’ is taken from the aforementioned STORM THE GATES, now set to be released as a double Picture Disc package on April 19th; this deluxe, collector’s edition will be pressed in limited numbers and is very much a celebration of Venom as a true (audio / visual) force of nature!
Since 2009, this latest incarnation of the group has had a clear vision of who they are and where they want to go, steadfastly refusing to compromise or waiver in their beliefs, building on the signature style and sound established by Cronos back in 1979.
As both artist and producer, this iconic frontman, Venom’s beating black heart, effectively opened the gates (of Hell) for a whole new brand of Metal, genuinely changing the game with an intensity never before seen or heard.
Mixing the raw energy and serrated edge of punk with the volume and bombast of metal, adding a life-threatening amount of pyro, then brutally dragging the whole thing through a tangled hedge of thorns, Venom has been responsible for some of the guitar world’s most revered – and feared – compositions. Titles to be whispered in darkened, cobwebbed rooms.
There was metal and then there was Black Metal.
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