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Woe Posts New Song "The Din Of The Mourning"

"Hope Attrition" is the impending new full-length album from U.S. black metal collective, Woe.

Composed throughout the end of 2015 and most of 2016, this alarming seven-track offering, the band's first in four years, will see release next month via Woe's new label home Vendetta Records.

As a precursor to the album's impending release, today new track "The Din Of The Mourning" is offered for public consumption and can be heard below.

"'The Din Of The Mourning' is the dramatic tale of a system's inevitable collapse, those who push against progress, and those who exploit fear," reveals founding guitarist/vocalist Chris Grigg of the tune.

He goes on to say, "It was written over the course of many months, seeing revision after revision, and did not feel finished until we received the guest vocals from Brooks Wilson (Crypt Sermon). I had a rule against performing my own clean vocals on this album but this song demanded a feeling of drama that only Brooks could provide."

New album "Hope Attrition" will see release this coming March 17th on CD, vinyl, cassette, and digital formats. Woe will bring these warring odes to Europe with German black metal unit Ultha for a stretch of festival dates including an appearance at Roadburn on April 22nd.

4/13/2017 TBA
4/14/2017 Hamburg Is Droneburg Festival @ Hafenklang - Hamburg, DE
4/15/2017 Vendetta Fest @ Tiefgrund - Berlin, DE
4/16/2017 Conspiracy Of The Damned Festival @ Baroeg - Rotterdam, NL
4/17/2017 Nexus - Braunschweig, DE
4/18/2017 Club Famu - Prag, CZ
4/19/2017 Escape - Vienna, AU
4/20/2017 Doom Over Leipzig Festival @ UT Connewitz - Leipzig, DE
4/21/2017 Dudefest Festival @ Jubez - Karlsruhe, DE
4/22/2017 Roadburn Festival @ O13 - Tilburg, NL

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