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Below is our complete Thranenkind news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
May 13th marks the day of the release of the new Thranenkind album "King Apathy," coming via Lifeforce Records. A brand new song titled "Homeruiner" has landed online from the album - check it out below!
The vegan, straight edge post-metal band will also soon hit the road with Ancst. More shows are still to be nailed down, with this trek now confirmed:
13.5. DE - Berlin, Cassiopeia
14.5. DE - Leipzig, Bermuda3eck
15.5. DE - Weimar, Gerber
16.5. CZ - Prague, Cafe na pul cesty
17.5. DE - Nürnberg, Projekt 31
18.5. AT - Wien, Pankahyttn
19.5. AT - Linz, Kapu
20.5. DE - München, Kafe Marat
21.5. DE - Stuttgart, Juha West
22.5. DE - Mainz, Haus Mainusch
23.5. DE - Trier, Exhaus
24.5. BE - Antwerp, Antwerp Music City
26.5. DE - Köln, Privat
27.5. DE - Hannover, Alerta Deathfest
28.5. DE - Hamburg, Gängeviertel More...
Germany's Thranenkind released a new music video for the track "April." The song appears on the band's latest EP "Hope(less)," which is available now through Lifeforce Records. The limited edition 7" (along with the track "An Hour And Ten Minutes (Failure)" can be ordered at this location.
Check out "April" here:
Germany's Thranenkind released a new music video fro the track "Monument." The song appears on the Lifeforce Records release and debut album "Elk," which was issued last September.
Check out "Monument" here:
Thranenkind posted up a track-by-track teaser for the upcoming debut full length album "Elk." The album drops via Lifeforce Records on August 23rd in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and digitally world wide, on August 26th in the rest of Europe, and on September 3rd in North America. Pre-orders can be found over here.
The track listing for "The Elk" is:
1. Monument streaming here)
2. Just Another Way of Expressing Defeat
3. The King Is Dead
4. My Transparent Heart
5. Today, the Sea (Anja's Song)
6. Deleting Those Three Words
7. Eternal Youth
8. Silence Is Everything
9. Seven Dead Horses
11. This Story of Permanence
12. The Elk
Check out the teaser here: More...
German post black metal act Thranenkind has revealed the first track "Monument" off upcoming Lifeforce Records debut "The Elk."
"The Elk" is set to be released on August 23rd in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and digitally world wide, on August 26th in the rest of Europe, and on September 3rd in North America. More...
Lifeforce Records is proud to announce the signing of German post-metal band Thranenkind. The label issued the following press release:
"Thränenkind's music is a mixture of crustcore, post rock, post black metal and hardcore punk. The earlier recordings had more black metal and shoegaze influences, while the 'The Elk' album contains a lot more crust and hardcore punk and offers also five completely instrumental post rock songs. The focus lies on creating atmosphere and melancholy.
"Thränenkind was founded in 2007 by Nathanael and Pesten. 2008 the first demo-cd was recorded, which got mainly positive reviews. 2009 the first live show was played. In 2010 the demo CD was re-released as an EP and shortly afterwards the split-CD with post black metal/post rock band Heretoir followed. In 2012 the first full-length album 'The Elk' was recorded, which will be released in August 2013 via Lifeforce Records.
"Most of the band members are vegan and/or straight edge and they share interests in the ideas of green anarchism, civilization critical thoughts and left-wing politics. The lyrics focus on issues like interpersonal relations, human society, anarchism or the relationship between humanity and nature.
"The band name could be translated to something like 'child of tears.' It was chosen as a contrast to all the grim and cliché black metal band names. It hints at Thränenkind's emotional side. The band members are fascinated of the name's ambiguity and they also like the fact, that the name leaves room for a lot of different interpretations." More...