Dark Tranquillity Post New Song

2013-06-14 by King Henry VIII | 17 Comments
A new unreleased song from the Construct writing sessions entitled "Sorrow's Architect" is available for stream. The song itself will be released a part of the Flexi-series through Decibel Magazine on July 10th of this summer.

Source: https://soundcloud.com/decibelmagazine/dark-tranquillity-sorrows.

Tagged: Dark Tranquillity

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Stryfe14
June 14th 2013
72 Comments


Why didn't they include this on the album?

EvoHavok
June 14th 2013
5486 Comments


It could've been a good closer.

Digging: Dir En Grey - Arche at Nippon Budokan

FictionalFlames
June 14th 2013
1528 Comments


I feel as if they're going to do another Zero Distance type of promotion with this song. It's that or they got a good business deal and they had to chose from this or the other songs off of Construct. Either way the song still rules.

Darkwatch025
June 14th 2013
278 Comments


They need to just stop????? Their new album is one of the best of their career. You need to get your ears checked.

Apollo
June 14th 2013
10667 Comments


Lately is a fucking moron. You'll learn in time to ignore him.

ZippaThaRippa
June 14th 2013
6170 Comments


The new album really isn't what everyone is hyping it up to be. It doesn't have shit on Fiction.

FictionalFlames
June 14th 2013
1528 Comments


IMO no album has anything on any album; they're all unique in their own way.

EvoHavok
June 14th 2013
5486 Comments


I do prefer Fiction, but people underestimate Construct.

Darkwatch025
June 14th 2013
278 Comments


Yea I think Fiction, Character, and Construct are equally awesome. Those are definitely my top three favorites.

ZippaThaRippa
June 14th 2013
6170 Comments


You're right, now we shouldn't even compare albums by the same band because everything is unique and beautiful in it's own special way. Go fuck yourself

EvoHavok
June 14th 2013
5486 Comments


Where's The Gallery, though? That one got to be in tops.

AnEpicDeath
June 14th 2013
206 Comments


This is a pretty great song. Frustrating that it's not really available anywhere, nor is it going to be? Sounds like they're putting this out exclusively on that flexi-disc.

XfingTheSullen
June 14th 2013
3571 Comments


mp3hamster is gonna be busy

ZippaThaRippa
June 14th 2013
6170 Comments


Fiction, Character and Damage Done are the bees tits. Dunno why I didn't get The Gallery yet. You could probably grab the song off of YouTube or somewhere else. I'm sure it won't be a big deal.

StormChaser
June 15th 2013
444 Comments


The Gallery was never a fav of mine. Sure it has the title track, Punish my Heaven, Edenspring and Lethe, but beyond that? It's too ragey for me. This album and song rule though

FictionalFlames
June 16th 2013
1528 Comments


One thing is for sure, this song gets better with every listen.

Crysler
June 17th 2013
75 Comments


I didn't like the gallery that much either tbh... I think character's a lot better



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