Demon Hunter Premiere New Songs “Close Enough” & “More Than Bones”

Demon Hunter have premiered two new songs, “Close Enough” and “More Than Bones.” Those tracks will appear on the band’s upcoming albums “War” and “Peace,” which are set to be released on March 1. “Close Enough” comes from “War,” while “More Than Bones” comes from “Peace.”

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Demon Hunter Premiere New Songs “The Negative” And “Recuse Myself”

Demon Hunter have premiered two new songs, “The Negative” and “Recuse Myself.” Those tracks will appear on the band’s upcoming albums “War” and “Peace,” which are set to be released on March 1. “The Negative” comes from “War,” while “Recuse Myself” comes from “Peace.”

Demon Hunter Premiere New Songs “On My Side” & “Peace”

As previously reported, Demon Hunter will be releasing two new albums, titled “War” and “Peace,” on March 1. The first singles, “On My Side” off of “War” and the title track to “Peace,“ can be heard below:

Demon Hunter To Release New Albums “War” & “Peace” In March

Demon Hunter will be releasing two new albums on March 1 including one titled “War“ and another one titled “Peace.“ You can pre-order them separately or as a deluxe hardcover book set HERE.

“War“ Track Listing:

01. “Cut To Fit”
02. “On My Side”
03. “Close Enough”
04. “Unbound”
05. “Grey Matter”
06. “The Negative”
07. “Ash”
08. “No Place For You Here”
09. “Leave Me Alone”
10. “Lesser Gods”

“Peace“ Track Listing:

01. “More Than Bones”
02. “I Don’t Believe You”
03. “Loneliness”
04. “Peace”
05. “When the Devil Come”
06. “Time Only Takes”
07. “Two Ways”
08. “Recuse Myself”
09. “Bet My Life”
10. “Fear Is Not My Guide”

Demon Hunter Premiere “Died In My Sleep” Music Video

Demon Hunter have premiered a new video for their new song “Died In My Sleep,” via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s new album “Outlive,” which will be released on March 31.

Ryan Clark commented:

“The video treatment for ‘Died In My Sleep’ was more about an overall vibe than a specific story. The goal was to strip the concept back to strictly performance, but still deliver something visually interesting. Instead of opting for the typical desaturated tones that have become synonymous with metal videos, we pulled inspiration from the vibrant colors found in many of our favorite videos and photographs from the ’90s — namely Nirvana’s video for ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ and the album cover for Alice In Chains’ Facelift.”

“With ‘sleep’ being a running theme, we wanted to create a world that seemed unordinary — almost like a computer glitch-laden subconscious. We worked with Belief Agency to built a forest set on an indoor sound stage, and used projectors to cast colors and textures against the background and on the band members. It was a lot of fun to set up and just experiment with these layers.”