COMBICHRIST LAUNCHES NEW TRACK, LYRIC VIDEO “SKULLCRUSHER”

Norwegian-American electronic hard rock/heavy metal group, Combichrist, has launched a new track and lyric video, “Skullcrusher,” taken from the band’s impending eighth studio album This is Where Death Begins. Stream the new song and video above.

“’Skullcrusher’ is one of those tracks on the album that makes me just want to destroy shit when we play it live,” said Combichrist founder/vocalist Andy LaPlegua. “It’s all about broken promises, empty words and that nothing lasts forever. But, musically, it’s really the opposite for me. Skullcrusher…it’s a promise I keep.”

Combichrist recently wrapped up a South American tour and will kick off a European tour with Filter next month. The band has also confirmed an appearance at this year’s KNOTFEST on Sunday, September 25 at the San Manuel Amphitheater and Fairgrounds in San Bernardino, Calif.

Album Tracklisting:

1. We Are the Plague
2. My Life My Rules
3. Glitchteeth
4. Exit Eternity (feat. Ariel Levitan) 5. Skullcrusher
6. Time Again
7. Destroy Everything
8. Tired of Hating You
9. Don’t Care How You Feel About It
10. Blackened Heart
11. Pay to Play (feat. Chris Motionless) 12. Slakt
13. Black Tar Dove Pt.1
14. Black Tar Dove Pt.2
15. Homeward (feat. Ariel Levitan)

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