New Black Light Burns record
2012-12-24 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 6 Comments

Wes Borland has announced the release of a new record Lotus Island scheduled to be released one day before the European leg of Black Light Burns' current tour promoting The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall kicks off.

Lotus Island is reportedly "40 minutes long and includes 7 instrumental tracks, 3 brand new songs, and a complete remix and remaster of the song 'It Rapes All In It's Path'". Also, Wes hinted that the album can be listened to on it's own or experienced along with the 1973 Alejandro Jodorowsky film The Holy Mountain, as an alternative soundtrack during the first 40 minutes, "before and up to the point where the movie launches into the individual stories of the most powerful people in the world".
The album marks the first time Borland sits behind the mixing desk.

The new record will be available onwards from January 21 through digital retailers such as Amazon or iTunes, but also through the band's official website (http://www.blacklightburnsofficial.com) and merch stand during the tour.

Here is the tracklist:

1.The Alchemist
2. The Thief
3. The City
4. It's Good To Be Gold
5. The Opportunists
6. The Hate Of My Life
7. The Dancers
8. It Rapes All In It's Path
9. The Parasite
10. My Love Is Coming For You
11. The Master


Black Light Burns' European leg dates are the following:

Jan 22 Southampton, UK @ The Cellar
Jan 23 Tunbridge Wells, UK @ The Forum
Jan 24 Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Jan 25 Glasgow, UK @ The Cathouse
Jan 26 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Jan 27 Antwerpen, BEL @ Trix
Jan 29 Cologne, GER @ Underground
Jan 30 Berlin, GER @ Magnet Club
Jan 31 Copenhagen, DNK @ Vega
Feb 01 Hamburg, GER @ LOGO Hamburg
Feb 02 Utrecht, NLD @ Tivoli de Helling
Feb 04 Munich, GER @ Backstage Club
Feb 05 Zurich, SWI @ Mascotte
Feb 06 Vienna, AUT @ Szene
Feb 07 Prague, CZE @ Futurum
Feb 08 Frankfurt, GER @ Nachtleben
Feb 09 Paris, FRA @ Le Divan Du Monde
Feb 11 Manchester, UK @ NQ Live
Feb 12 Bristol, UK @ Thekla
Feb 13 Wolverhampton, UK @ Little Civic
Feb 14 London, UK @ Underworld
Feb 20 Moscow, RUS @ Izvetiya Hall
Feb 21 Krasnodar, RUS @ Arena
Feb 24 St. Petersburg, RUS @ A2

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theacademy
Staff Reviewer
December 25th 2012

28422 Comments


will be ok i bet but i prob wont listen to it thqt mudh

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
December 25th 2012

3366 Comments


this sounds interesting at the very least.

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RiffOClock
December 25th 2012

1047 Comments


i prefer winter light burns but coo

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
December 25th 2012

28422 Comments


coo

severthety
December 26th 2012

8 Comments


This makes me happy!

DrGonzo1937
December 27th 2012

5493 Comments


Can't wait. Love this band. Feel sorry for Wes because his bands get overlooked because he's in Limp Bizkit. It's a shame, BLB are great.



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