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Humanity’s Last Breath Unleash Beautiful New Track “Linger”

Heavy music is a spectrum of emotion. On the surface, it may be bleak, crushing and desolate, but there are so many more layers than you may think. Every feeling that the human body can conjure can be transformed into a piece of destructive majesty. That’s what Humanity’s Last Breath are all about. Known for their pitch-black take on the genre, they occasionally let some light slip through the cracks.

That’s most evident on their new track “Linger“, taken from their upcoming record Ashen. To the untrained ear, it is an unrelenting and uncompromising piece of death metal-infused desolation. But between the gruelling riffs and callous vocals, there is heart and emotion. The atmospheric builds, the painstaking beauty, the unashamed vulnerability. It all equates to a song that demonstrates just how gorgeously affecting music made in the seven circles of hell can be.

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Ashen is set to be released on August 04 via Unique Leader Records. It will also feature the complex “Instill” and glorious “Labyrinthian“. The band will be making their way across Europe for a tour in support of the album’s release very soon. Here are all of the dates:

  • Aug 13 – Copenhagen, DK @ Stengade
  • Aug 14 – Hamburg, DE @ Indra
  • Aug 15 – Amsterdam, NL @ Q-Factory
  • Aug 16 – Erfurt, DE @ VEB Kultur
  • Aug 18 – Carhaix, FR @ Motocultor Festival
  • Aug 19 – Lüdenscheid, DE @ Bautz Festival
  • Aug 20 – Frankfurt, DE @ Das Bett
  • Aug 21 – Aarau, SW @ Kiff
  • Aug 22 – Milan, IT @ Slaughter Club 
  • Aug 23 – Munich, DE @ Backstage
  • Aug 24 – Prague, CZ @ Modra Vopice
  • Aug 25 – Dresden, DE @ Puschkin
  • Aug 26 – Szczecinek, PL @ Materia Fest
  • Aug 28 – Riga, LV @ Melna Piektdiena
  • Aug 29 – Tallinn, ES @ Sveta
  • Aug 30 – Helsinki, FN @ On The Rocks
  • Aug 31 – Tampere, FN @ Olympia
  • Sept 02 – Stockholm, SW @ Sateliten
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