Cult Of Luna Premiere “The Silent Man” Music Video, Reveal Details For New Album “A Dawn To Fear”

Cult Of Luna have premiered a new video for their new song “The Silent Man.” This track is from the band’s new album “A Dawn To Fear,” which will be released on September 20.

“A Dawn To Fear” Track Listing:

01. “The Silent Man”
02. “Lay Your Head To Rest”
03. “A Dawn To Fear”
04. “Nightwalkers”
05. “Lights On The Hill”
06. “We Feel The End”
07. “Inland Rain”
08. “The Fall”

Johannes Persson said the following about the new record:

“Going into the process, we knew the album we wanted to make, an antithesis of what we’ve done before. For pretty much every album there’s been a very concrete theme. We’ve known from the start the kind of story we wanted to tell, and I didn’t want that to be the case. I’ve seen a lot of subtle changes and patterns in my own behavior and my own thinking the last couple of years, and I wanted this to be a completely spontaneous process. I just wanted to see what came out of me, and ‘A Dawn To Fear‘ is the result of that.”

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Cult Of Luna Premiere New Song “The Silent Man”

Cult Of Luna have premiered a new song titled “The Silent Man.“ This is the first single from the band’s upcoming album, which is expected to be released this fall.

Cult Of Luna Sign With Metal Blade, Announce European Tour

Cult Of Luna have signed a new deal with Metal Blade Records. The band commented:

“We’re thrilled to announce our collaboration with Metal Blade and the creation of our new home: Red Creek, that will handle Cult Of Luna‘s future productions. This is a dawn to an exciting journey to come.”

In other news, the group have also announced a European tour:

05/18 Huskvarna, SWE – Huskvarna Folkets Park
06/01 Nijmegen, NET – Fortarock
06/21 Dessel, BEL – Graspop Metal Meeting
06/22 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest Open Air
06/28 Helsinki, FIN – Tuska Open Air Festival
06/29 Tornava, FIN – Provinssi Festival
07/03-06 Viveiro, SPA – Resurrection Festival
08/07-10 Jaromer, CZE – Brutal Assault Festival
08/09 Oslo, NOR – Øya Festival
08/15-18 Le Locle, SWI – Rock Altitude
08/15-17 Bristol, UK – ArcTanGent Festival
11/24 Berlin, GER – Festsaal Kreuzberg (with A.A. Williams)
11/25 Cologne, GER – Stollwerck (with A.A. Williams)
11/26-29 TBA (with A.A. Williams)
11/30 Paris, FRA – Le Trianon (with A.A. Williams)
12/01-03 TBA (with A.A. Williams)
12/04 Ljubljana, SLO – Kino Siska (with A.A. Williams)
12/05 Munich, GER – Technikum (with A.A. Williams)
12/06 Vienna, AUT – Arena (with A.A. Williams)
12/07 TBA – TBA (with A.A. Williams)

Cult Of Luna Are In The Studio

It looks like Cult Of Luna have entered the studio to work on their new album. The band shared the below photos:

[via The PRP]

Watch Short Version Of Documentary On Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas’ “Mariner”

A short version of a documentary about Cult Of Luna and Julie Christmas’ collaborative album “Mariner” has been shared via Revolver. The full length version will come with a new live album that was recorded in De Kreun, Belgium in November 2016. That live release will be available in April.

Cult Of Luna Share Cover Of Joy Division’s “24 Hours” From 2008

Cult Of Luna have shared a cover of Joy Division‘s “24 Hours,” which they recorded in 2008. Check it out below:

Johannes Persson said the following:

“While touring Eternal Kingdom we were invited by the Swedish radio to record a live session in front of a live audience in the famous studio Svenska grammofonstudion in Gothenburg.

Most of the bands that did these sessions did a cover and we were asked to do one.

Joy Division is a band that have meant a whole lot to many of us and we actually covered “She’s lost control” in the first year of Cult of Luna’s existence.

I don’t remember how we came to choose ”Twenty-four hours”, in fact I had totally forgot that we ever did this cover until someone made me aware of it a few weeks ago.

It was recorded in October of 2008 and is as far as I remember the last studio recording while Claes still was in the band.

But since I had no memory of this recording, who knows what might turn up in the future.

Johannes“