Metal Church Discuss The Making Of “Damned If You Do” In New Video

Metal Church have shared a mini-documentary on the making of their new album “Damned If You Do” (out December 7). You can check that out below:

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Metal Church Premiere “By The Numbers” Video

Metal Church have premiered a new video for their new song “By The Numbers.” This track is from the band’s new album “Damned If You Do,” which will be released on December 7.

Metal Church Premiere New Song “Out Of Balance”

Metal Church have premiered a new song titled “Out Of Balance.” This track is from the band’s new album “Damned If You Do,” which will be released on December 7. Guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof commented:

“The song is about finding your place in your life and making peace with it. Realizing that your life is a series of choices and at the end of the day being able to accept that fact.”

Metal Church Premiere “Damned If You Do” Video

Metal Church have premiered a new video for the title track of their new album “Damned If You Do.” That effort will be released on December 7.

Singer Mike Howe commented:

“I hope the fans enjoy this first video, it really sets the tone for the entire album. We are doing our best to keep metal alive METAL CHURCH style. Damned if we didn’t!”

Drummer Stet Howland added:

“From my first listen of the ‘Damned If You Do’ demo, I was blown away. From Mike’s ‘hummm’ intro to Kurdt’s [Vanderhoof] badass guitar riff to the infectious chorus, I was hooked! If I was any more excited people would have to call me ‘shit legs’. Hahaha.”

Metal Church To Release New Album “Damned If You Do” In December

Metal Church have revealed the details for their new album “Damned If You Do.” The effort will be released on December 7 and the cover art and track listing can be seen below:

“Damned If You Do” Track Listing:

01. “Damned If You Do”
02. “The Black Things”
03. “By The Numbers”
04. “Revolution Underway”
05. “Guillotine”
06. “Rot Away”
07. “Into The Fold”
08. “Monkey Finger”
09. “Out Of Balance”
10. “The War Electric”

Guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof said the following:

“I feel this album is a very powerful statement to what Metal Church has always been about. A tough and aggressive old-school metal album while maintaining a level of musicality and melodic sensibilities.”

Drummer Stet Howland (ex-W.A.S.P., etc.) also commented:

“From the minute we started tracking this new CD, I had the feeling that it was going to be something special. I knew that I was going to do my best to deliver a top drum performance, not only because of the high standard set by past Metal Church drummers, but also because this is my first CD release after being sick [with non-Hodgkin lymphoma]. I’m beyond happy with all aspects of this CD — great songs, great performances, great production; just an overall great CD! I love it!”

Frontman Mike Howe added:

“I’m very excited about the new release. It all came together way better than I even imagined. It’s a great feeling to work really hard on a musical project pouring your heart into it and hoping it comes out as something you can be proud of in the end. I have been listening to it every day and loving it! I hope our fans do as well!”

Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Listen To Metal Church’s Cover Of Nazareth’s “Please Don’t Judas Me”

Metal Church’s cover of Nazareth’s “Please Don’t Judas Me” is now available to stream below. The track will be featured on a new limited edition compilation CD called “”Deep Cuts & Rarities,” which is set to be released on May 18.