New Requiem For The Dead song

2014-04-05 by Sconza | 3 Comments
Californian goth rockers Requiem For The Dead have released the first track from their
forthcoming LP, The Unexplainable Truth.

The track, entitled 'Say Hello To The Devil For Me', is a departure from their previous
sound, featuring their new co-lead vocalist, Jacklyn Paulette.

The Unexplainable Truth is currently slated for a a Summer release, and is also the
first album to be produced by the band itself.

You can check out the new song here:



Tagged: Requiem (US)

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EvoHavok
April 5th 2014
2036 Comments


Blah, I see what they're trying to do with the female singer, but it sucks compared to anything off Lovers' Requiem.

MegaJake1024
April 5th 2014
804 Comments


this sounds fucking dope in my opinion. Love the style.

Digging: August Burns Red - Found in Far Away Places

ASnideReturns
April 5th 2014
5897 Comments


That was pretty damn good.

Digging: Olafur Arnalds - ...And They Have Escaped The Weight Of Darkness



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