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WATAIN - premiere 'All That May Bleed' single | FESTIVALPHOTO

WATAIN - premiere 'All That May Bleed' single

'ALL THAT MAY BLEED', the first single of Watain's new album 'The Wild Hunt', is now available all across Europe. Click HERE to listen to the entire song!

"All that May Bleed shows but one facet of a quite diverse album, but we chose this song as a first glimpse into "The Wild Hunt" because of its bombastic lunacy and white-eyed malevolence which could be said to constitute a main foundation for the album. The lyric is an invitation to sacrificial blood letting, ecstatic zealotry and human sacrifice. The salt of Satan in the wounds of Christ!"

Side B is a track called 'Play with the Devil' originally recorded by the Black/Heavy Metal band Taiwaz in 1988, in Watain's hometown Uppsala. Gottfrid Åhman from In Solitude participates on solo guitar in Watain's version. The 'ALL THAT MAY BLEED' single is available now in the following formats:

*Black 7" vinyl - limited to 2,000 copies worldwide
*Red 7" vinyl with sticker (only available from limited to 500 copies worldwide
*7" Picture disc limited to 500 copies worldwide available from and
* Digital Download

Some formats are already sold out by pre-order, so hurry up to catch the last few copies.

WATAIN's upcoming album 'The Wild Hunt' will be released August 19th in Europe and August 20th, 2013 in North America by His Master's Noise, via Century Media Records.

On the 24th of August, Watain will conduct the grand opening of 'The Wild Hunt' world tour in their hometown Uppsala. For those who want to see Watain's infamous live ceremony taken to a new level; this is your chance. The venue chosen for this night of unchained metal magic is Svandammshallarna, located in the heart of the city.

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Writer: Anthony May
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