Spiritbox came through with a new album, titled Eternal Blue which the artists decided to take over the Streets with the brand new album a banger so to say, and its right here on Afrohitbase for your fast download.
The album’s unintentional lead single “Holy Roller” functions as a bludgeoning conversation with the devil on her shoulder, where biblical allegories give voice to dark whispers of self-doubt, cast against seismic breakdowns and guitarist Mike Stringer’s piercing pick scrapes.
We are very anxious to release our album, says singer Courtney LaPlante. "It is a body of work we have been accumulating for over two years. Having the recording process put on hold for so long due to the pandemic has made me see that I can never take the experience of tracking an album for granted ever again.
Every great band has their tipping point. For post-metalcore trio Spiritbox, it was the release of their 2020 single, Holy Roller. Before that, the Canadians were a promising new noise and had gathered a cult following with their self-titled 2017 EP and subsequent run of excellent singles. But afterwards, and millions of streams later, the band were the name on the lips of heavy music fans and tastemakers across the internet. As a result, it’s difficult to remember a debut record in recent years that’s landed with as much hype and anticipation as Eternal Blue.
This latest song arrives after a sidestep from the stream of album tracks as Spiritbox offered up an acoustic version of the touching and emotional "Constance."
The album will be available on CD and vinyl (including blue galaxy, black in clear blue, and heavy blue splatter variants), but be quick: the limited editions and bundles are selling fast.
Drawing its name from a device that some believe is capable of communing with the dead, SPIRITBOX has a paranormal undertone that runs through everything they do, using EVP (electronic voice phenomena) recordings both at its live shows and within its tracks.
SPIRITBOX have unveiled a brand new track today titled “Hurt You“, from their highly anticipated debut album, ‘Eternal Blue‘, set for release on September 17th on Rise Records/BMG Australia. The band have also released an accompanying music video for the song which can be watched below. Fans can find “Hurt You” on streaming platforms here.