Jinjer Premiere “Dreadful Moments” Lyric Video

Jinjer have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Dreadful Moments.“ This track is from the group’s new EP “Micro,“ which will be released on January 11. The band commented:

“This is the darkest song we have ever made both musically and lyrically. Something that will make you live through all the horror so many people had to experience over all their childhood, something that will never let you stay indifferent.”

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Jinjer Plan To Begin Work On New Full-Length Album In The Spring

Jinjer will release their new EP “Micro” on January 11, but it looks like the band are already planning to work on more new material. Vocalist Tatiana Shmailyuk told MB Live the following:

“Actually, right now, we recorded a new EP. So that will be released in January. But I think in the spring, we’re going to the studio just to compose a new album, a full-length.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Jinjer To Release New EP “Micro” In January

Jinjer have announced that their new EP “Micro” will be released on January 11. If you missed it, a video for the first single “Ape” can be found HERE. You can also pre-order the effort via Napalm Records. Bassist Eugene Abdiukhanov said the following:

“Nearly two and a half years since releasing and touring for our ‘King Of Everything‘ album, we all got the urge to start writing new music again. The passion to create new songs had grown bigger than you could imagine and we converted all that energy into something special and brand new… And it seems like we’ve created a monster and I can’t wait for all of you to give it a listen!”

“Micro” Track Listing:

01. “Ape”
02. “Dreadful Moments”
03. “Teacher, Teacher!”
04. “Perennial”
05. “Micro”

Jinjer Premiere “Ape” Music Video

Jinjer have premiered a new video for their new song “Ape.” This track is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming EP. Bassist Euge Kostyuk commented:

“It’s been two years since we have released new material, and it was high time to bring something brand new to the table. By last Spring we collected a bunch of musical ideas which we eagerly wanted to turn into songs, in other words we really had something to say with our music. So here you are! This Fall is the season of Jinjer.”

Jinjer Have About “Three Or Four” Songs Musically Completed For Next Release

During an interview with Impact, Jinjer vocalist Tatiana Shmailyuk revealed that the band already have about “three or four” songs musically completed for their next release. She said the following:

“Right now we’re in the process of writing, of composing new material,” she said (see video below). “And I must say a few — I think three or four — songs are already done musically. So this is my turn to write lyrics right now. But I haven’t yet heard those songs. I have a lot of time to dedicate to listening to new material right now. So I think this autumn people are going to hear something [new] from us, definitely.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Jinjer To Record New EP In September

It looks like Jinjer will be recording a new EP in September. Bassist Eugene Abdiukhanov confirmed the news to France’s Loud TV in the below interview:

Abdiukhanov said the following:

“This [last] time, we were in America, we played a tour with CRADLE OF FILTH, and our plan was to come [back home] to Ukraine in the autumn and make the full-length album, because we would have the whole season, three months, at home, but at the end of the American tour, Dez Fafara from DEVILDRIVER, our manager, calls me and says, ‘Okay, Eugene, you have to come back in the autumn.’ And I said, ‘Dez, but we were planning to make an album.’ And he said, ‘No, it’s more important for you to come here and play, because you have to make a foundation for the band. Everything is going very, very well, so you have to come back.’ And he persuaded me and all the others about that.”

He continued:

“Our argument was that we can come back, but at the same time, we cannot, because we need to make new songs. Personally, we cannot play anymore the same songs on stage; we just need to make something new. And we agreed that we will make an EP; so we’re gonna record an EP — four or five songs, absolutely brand new. It will be a different direction, it will be a different approach, but still JINJER. It’s gonna be progressive.”

[via Blabbermouth]