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The Phantom Carriage Reveals Details On New Album "Falls"

France's hardcore/black metal outfit The Phantom Carriage will release a second full-length titled "Falls" as a 12" vinyl this coming February 28th via Throatruiner Records, Braincrushing Records, and Theatre Records.

The album's eight tracks were recorded by Franck Hueso (Deathspell Omega, Hacride), while the artwork was designed by Romain Barbot. You can now stream a track titled "Dreamers Will Never Stop Dreaming" through the Bandcamp player below. The following press release was also issued about the album:

"With this second full-length, Poitiers' The Phanton Carriage annihilate the remaining boundaries between black metal and dark hardcore. This time focusing on the most extreme side of their sound, 'Falls' brings the band's unique approach to the next level, invoking reminiscences of various acts such as Deathspell Omega, Cave In, Comity, Deafheaven or Kickback.

"Songs such as 'Dreamers Will Never Stop Dreaming' or 'Today We Stand' reveal how much the band has improved their songwriting abilities, burying the listener under piles of epic & technical riffs, labyrinthic structures and unearthly vocals. By throwing into their chaos some more unorthodox influences they gained from their other past and actual experiences, The Phantom Carriage prove that they are digging deeper than your average 'blackened hardcore' band. And they will take you with them."

The full album's track listing is:

1. Today We Stand
2. Mistakes & Fixes
3. Dreamers Will Never Stop Dreaming
4. Since We Can't Forget Who We Were
5. About Being A Father
6. Rejuvenation
7. The Time
8. Devils, Gods, Us

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