At The Gates Releases Video Clip For New Song 'A Stare Bound In Stone', New Album Details


Swedish melodic Death Metal pioneers At The Gates released a video clip for the new song "A Stare Bound In Stone." The song appears on the upcoming new album “To Drink From The Night Itself,” which will see worldwide release date will be May 18th via Century Media Records.

Pre-orders can be made at this location.

Conceptually, "To Drink From The Night Itself" originated with German writer Peter Weiss and his novel, "The Aesthetics Of Resistance." The idea was to capture the desperation of a struggle or resistance, where victory is unachievable yet the fight presses on. Lindberg also was enlivened by Weiss’ discussion of art—all forms—via his characters and its various uses, either as a weapon of oppression or as a signal of opposition. As witnessed throughout history, art has been and will be labeled unfairly decadent or ridiculously triumphant or secretly obstructionist.

The album was recorded in three studios. The vocals were captured by Per Stålberg and Olle Björk at Welfare Studios in Gothenburg over a three-week period, while the rest of the music—drums, bass, and guitar—were recorded by producer Russ Russell at Parlour Recording Studios in the UK over a two-week session. The strings—cello, violin, and double bass—were then tracked by Martin Jacobson at Rovljud Studios in Örebro. The entire effort was produced by Jonas [Björler], Lindberg, and Russell over three weeks, with Russell taking an additional two weeks to mix and master.

“We want to be creative in the death metal genre. The limits are what keep us alive. We wanted to push those limits on To Drink from The Night Itself. This is a big album, we had to pursue it.” commented vocalist Tomas “Tompa” Lindberg.

The track listing and artwork can be found here:

1. Der Widerstand

2. To Drink from the Night Itself

3. A Stare Bound in Stone

4. Palace of Lepers

5. Daggers of Black Haze

6. The Chasm

7. In Nameless Sleep

8. The Colours of the Beast

9. A Labyrinth of Tombs

10. Seas of Starvation

11. In Death They Shall Burn

12. The Mirror Black

The band has also announced tour dates as follows:

31.03.2018 Philadelphia (USA) – Decibel Metal & Beer Fest

02.05.2018 Hong Kong (China) – TTN

03.05.2018 Bangkok (Thailand) – Hollywood Awards

05.05.2018 Manila (The Philippines) – Pulp Summer Slam

06.05.2018 Singapore (Singapore) – Scape

29.05.2018 Tokyo (Japan) – O-East

30.05.2018 Nagoya (Japan) – Electric Lady Land

31.05.2018 Osaka (Japan) – Umeda Trad

21.06.2018 Halden (Norway) – Tons Of Rock Festival

22.06.2018 Copenhagen (Denmark) – Copenhell Festival

23.06.2018 Dessel (Belgium) – Graspop Metal Meeting

24.06.2018 Clisson (France) – Hellfest

29.06.2018 Verona (Italy) – Rock The Castle Festival

30.06.2018 Helsinki (Finland) – Tuska

12.07.2018 Viveiro (Spain) – Resurrection Fest

14.07.2018 Gävle (Sweden) – Gefle Metal Fest

28.07.2018 Essen (Germany) – Nord Open Air

04.08.2018 Saint-Maurice-De-Gourdans (France) – Sylak Open Air

10.08.2018 Jaromer (Czech Republic) – Brutal Assault Festival

12.08.2018 Walton On Trent / Derbyshire (UK) – Bloodstock Open Air

16.08.2018 Dinkelsbühl (Germany) – Summer Breeze Open Air

15.09.2018 Guadalajara (Mexico) – C3 Stage

16.09.2018 Mexico City (Mexico) – Circo Volador

18.09.2018 San José (Costa Rica) – Pepers Club

19.09.2018 San Salvador (El Salvador) – Cifco

20.09.2018 Guatemala City (Guatemala) – Rock Ol Vuh

22.09.2018 Bogotá (Colombia) – TBC

25.09.2018 Buenos Aires (Argentina) – Uniclub

27.09.2018 Temuco (Chile) – Puerto Madero / Casas Viejas

28.09.2018 Santiago (Chile) – Blondie

30.09.2018 Sao Paulo (Brazil) – Carioca Club

30.11.2018 Athens (Greece) – Piraeus 117 Academy

01.12.2018 Thessaloniki (Greece) – Principal Club Theater

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