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News: Deafheaven release new track

Hot off the presses, you can listen to the new Deafheaven song ‘From The Kettle Onto The Coil’ below. Brace yourself – it sounds absolutely huge. Dark brilliance.

This track will appear on Adult Swim’s 5th Singles Series which will be available via free download on August 25th.  “From The Kettle Onto The Coil” is the first new track to surface since Deafheaven’s 2013 release Sunbather.  Check out a sneak peek of the band’s own artwork for “From The Kettle Onto The Coil” below.

Deafheaven recently returned from an extensive European tour where they played festivals like OFF (Poland), Way Out (Sweden), Pukkelpop (Belgium), and more, as well as club shows with Chelsea Wolfe and others.  Now, the band is gearing up for FYF Fest in Los Angeles this weekend before heading out for even more North American shows in September.  Deafheaven is scheduled to appear at Basilica Festival in Hudson, NY,  Downtown Festival in Minneapolis, Midpoint Music Festival in Cincinnati, Pygmalion Festival in Central Illinois, and Via Festival in Pittsburgh.  Deafheaven will play club shows with Indian Handcrafts and No Joy in between festivals, which also includes Deafheaven’s first pair of headline shows in Canada.  Their extensive tour schedule continues into October for Corona Capital (Deafheaven’s first ever appearance in Mexico) and Fun Fun Fun Fest in November.


1 Comment on News: Deafheaven release new track

  1. lifelifedeathdeath // August 29, 2014 at 11:09 am // Reply

    Fucking love this.


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