Demon Hunter will release Songs of Death and Resurrection on March 5, which features new acoustic renditions of old songs plus a brand new song called “Praise the Void”. The band is now streaming a much doomier version of their 2019 track “Loneliness”, which they said was inspired by live renditions of the song.
“When we played this song live in 2019—during the acoustic portion of the night—we pushed the limits of how slow we could do it,” said vocalist Ryan Clark.
“The slower we got, the more bleak it felt, and this only added to the vibe. After all, we were trying to channel a feeling of despair, allowing the song to truly embody its namesake. On the studio version of this ‘Resurrected’ track, you’ll hear my mom sing with me. My mom is my inspiration for singing in the first place, so it was very heartwarming to finally capture our voices together on a Demon Hunter record.”
Songs of Death and Resurrection is available for pre-order here.
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Metal Injection – DEMON HUNTER Streams Doomy Acoustic Version of “Loneliness”
Author: Greg Kennelty
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February 13, 2021