Black Salvation Premieres Video Clip For New Single 'Breathing Hands'


German psychedelic, hard rock trio Black Salvation premiered the video clip for the new song "Breathing Hands" via The Obelisk at this location, or just above in the player provided.

The clip was directed by Paul Schlesier/A Pallid Eyes Film and is lifted from the impending new full-length album "Uncertainty Is Bliss," set for release via Relapse Records on April 6th. Pre-order the album here.

Black Salvation features Uno Bruniusson formerly of In Solitude and Grave Pleasures and currently of Death Alley. The band challenges the listener to open wide the doors of perception and slowly drift away among the transcendental compositions and deeply hypnotic tales of magic and mysticism. Across eight tracks and over forty minutes, Black Savation exquisitely blends hard rock, doom, and psychedelia into an intoxicating synthesis of rock 'n' roll alchemy. "Uncertainty Is Bliss" is surely one of the most captivating rock debuts in years.

The track list is:

1. In A Casket's Ride (song streaming here)

2. Floating Torpid

3. Breathing Hands

4. The Eye That Breathes

5. Leair

6. A Direction is Futile

7. Grey River

8. Getting Slowly Lost

9. The Chapel (Bonus Track)

10. Follow Me Down (Bonus Track)

Black Salvation has also announced a headlining European tour in April around the album's release. A full list of dates is available below:

4/03/2018 Ostpol - Dresden, DE

4/04/2018 Dots - Gottingen, DE

4/05/2018 Kurzbar - Mannheim, DE

4/06/2018 Neues Schauspiel - Leipzig, DE

4/07/2018 Schlachthof - Eisenach, DE

4/08/2018 TBA - Cologne, DE

4/10/2018 Hafenklang - Hamburg, DE

4/11/2018 Lygtens Kro - Copenhagen, DK

4/12/2018 Zukunft am Ostkreuz - Berlin, DE

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