MY DYING BRIDE | release MLP “Macabre Cabaret” + unveil video for title track20th November 2020 0 By John Deaux
Today, the kindred of Yorkshire raise the curtains: Their new MLP “Macabre Cabaret”, following the band’s highly acclaimed album “The Ghost Of Orion” (March 6th) is out today!
Singer Aaron Stainthorpe states:
“The latest offering from Yorkshire’s finest merchants of misery features new music composed in the style the band have made their own over three decades which continues their relevance within the scene today. Macabre Cabaret is as menacing and brooding as it is beautiful and melancholic with crushing guitar riffs sailing side by side with emotive piano pieces and vocals to suit all flavours. The stunning artwork captures the image of the band perfectly offering a visual interpretation of the aural devastation that is My Dying Bride.”
Order “Macabre Cabaret” here:
To celebrate the news, the band unveils a video for the title track today:
Aaron Stainthorpe adds:
“The new video from My Dying Bride offers a visual treat for lovers of gothic menace and doom-heavy art. A narrative shot in various locations is cut with scenes of the band members doing what they do best – performing their music. A provocative story is played out to sombre overtones with a climax sitting well inside the shadows of malice as the band are dramatised in silhouette shade and smoky aplomb.”
The EP was produced mixed and mastered by maestro Mark Mynett and crowned with a beautiful and sinister artwork from Bunker Artworks.
It comes as jewelcase CD, digital version, Black Gatefold LP, Black And Blue Splatter LP [US exclusive – limited to 300 p.], Blue Sparkle LP [Mailorder Exclusive – limited to 300 p.], White and Grey Splatter [Mailorder and Wholesale Exclusive – limited to 300 p.], Marigold LP [EMP Exclusive – limited to 300 p] and White LP [US – Revolver Magazine Exclusive – limited to 300 p].
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