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Blood Command Release Euphoric New Track “Decades”

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Blood Command have been spending 2023 experimenting in a big way. Following on from the release of their full-length “Praise Armageddon”, their first with vocalist Nikki Brumen, the Norwegians have been diving into new pools of sound as they look towards the future.

That’s where we found ourselves with “Decades”, a synth-driven piece of euphoria feeling delivered with all of the heart and soul that the band have built their foundations on. It’s peaceful, thoughtful and beautiful, and so incredibly Blood Command.

The band had this to say about it:

“The song is about giving up on love. There are references to the religious movement, Heavens Gate, which are used as metaphor, most notably the title being the model of Nikes that the cult wore when their bodies were discovered after the mass suicide in 1997.

“To broaden our universe, we wanted to strip back the usual rock orchestration we are known for and tap more into our pop/rnb side with synths, beats and softer vocals, which is a taste of what is to come for this record, pushing musical genres to the extreme and doing the unexpected.”

It follows on from “Losing Faith”, with both tracks set to appear on a currently unannounced record.

Here it is. It is also absolutely beautiful:

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