CABAL Release New Single “Innocent Blood” Feat. JASON EVANS

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Denmark’s CABAL, one of the most brutal acts right now, have just released their single ‘Innocent Blood’ featuring Jason Evans of Ingested. Watch the visualiser to ‘Innocent Blood’ below.

“To celebrate the five year anniversary of our ‘Purge’ EP we decided to re-record the first song from that EP ‘Innoncent Blood’, which was also the first song we ever put out and the song that made people take notice of our existence”, the band comment. “And since this is a celebration, we thought that it would be fitting to invite our good friend Jason Evans from Ingested to celebrate with us.” 

Jason Evans adds: “After touring with CABAL and seeing their savagery live and in the flesh I knew I had to jump on a track with the prettiest boyband in metal.”

Innocent Blood‘ feat. Jason Evans is available now at all digital platforms. Stream it at this location.

CABAL are one of the most  promising heavy acts hailing from Denmark, creating a visceral and doom-laden atmosphere throughout both their music and visual expression. The production is crystal clear, whilst the songs draw inspiration from black and death metal to djent, hardcore and more.

Since the release of their debut LP “Mark Of Rot (2018) the band have made a name for themselves in both Denmark and the rest of the world by playing renowned festivals like Copenhell, Roskilde Festival, Euroblast Festival and Complexity Fest as well as touring Europe, Japan and North America.

CABAL are now ready with their second full-length: “Drag Me Down” is a dark descent into a personal hell brought to life by crushing instrumentals, an oppressive atmosphere and dark personal lyrics delivered with a relentless intensity, while still leaving room for experimentation and expansion of CABAL’s signature sound.

Add to this guest appearances from metal titans Trivium’s Matt Heafy, rising metalcore stars Polaris’ Jamie Hails and Denmark’s blackgaze darlings Møl’s Kim Song Sternkopf and there is no doubt that this a release worth keeping your eyes and ears peeled for.


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