The Gloom In The Corner Premiere “Behemoth” Music Video

The Gloom In The Corner have premiered a new video for their new song “Behemoth.” This track is from the band’s new album “Trinity,” which was released today (October 28).

The group commented:

“‘Behemoth‘, from a story stand-point, follows our Unholy Trinity as they venture to claim the last item required to start their ritual to return to the living; the Heart of the Ruler. They venture into the Tower of Babel to take on Asmodeus, the current Ruler of the Realm, being faced with a horde of demons and the Ruler himself, who eggs on the violence from his throne. The Ronin spares no time launching himself at Asmodeus, and the two begin a close fight while Rachel and Clara battle the horde around them.

From a real world perspective, ‘Behemoth’ tackles the topic of betrayal and having to be torn between two parties, effectively playing middle-man, and the mental duress such an act can entail, reflective of how the Ronin behaves when chaperoning Clara and Rachel through the descent into Hell.”

The Gloom In The Corner Share Video For New Song “Pandora’s Box” Featuring Red Handed Denial’s Lauren Babic

The Gloom In The Corner have premiered a new video for their new song “Pandora’s Box.” This track features Red Handed Denial’s Lauren Babic and it will appear on the band’s new album “Trinity,” which is set to be released on October 28. Frontman Mikey Arthur commented:

“In the story thus far, the Trinity have begun their journey at the guidance of the Narrator, to find three mythical items to assist them in creating a portal back home to the realm of the living. After obtaining the first item, they travel to the frozen Lake Cocytus, where they’re faced with haunting visions of their past in order to collect the second mythical item; Pandora’s Box, trapped at the bottom of the lake. Pandora’s Box tackles themes of mental health and anxiety, along with the fear of opening up to the people that you love.”

The Gloom In The Corner Share Music Video For New Song “New Order” Featuring Left To Suffer’s Taylor Barber

The Gloom In The Corner have premiered a new video for their new song “New Order.” This track features Left To Suffer’s Taylor Barber and it will appear on the band’s new album “Trinity,” which is set to be released on October 28.

Frontman Mikey Arthur commented:

“At the end of our track ‘Requiem’ on ‘Ultima Pluvia’, our last arc’s characters [Jay and Sherlock] were killed off by new antagonists Elias DeGraver and his Gloom, Atticus Encey, leaders of religious faction The Holy Order.

‘New Order’ tells the tale of those two characters and how they came to be. The world has changed since the events of ‘Ultima Pluvia‘ with the exposure of the supernatural community to the public eye. After the disbandment of The Sect, The Holy Order have taken over as the number one world super power, as their factions usurped mortal government bodies from the inside, bringing harmony for the first time in history between the mortals and the supernatural.

As heads of The Holy Order, DeGraver and Encey become the new Rulers of the Mortal Realm.

Guest vocals by Taylor Barber (Left To Suffer) serve as the voice of DeGraver on the track. In the first verse he tells of how the church he was brought up in ostracized and attempted to crucify him after they discovered he was supernaturally different to his peers.”

The Gloom In The Corner Premiere “From Heaven To Hell” Music Video

The Gloom In The Corner have premiered a new video for their new song “From Heaven To Hell.” This track is from their new album “Trinity,” which will be released on October 28. Frontman Mikey Arthur commented:

“‘From Heaven To Hell’ drops you into the world of The Rabbit Hole and introduces you to our main cast. It explores how they died in our previous story’s arc, what they’ve been up to since their deaths, and where they are now. Guiding the characters and you through the track is the ominous Narrator, cloaked in a black robe. There are various depictions of Hell, generally focussed around fire and brimstone, pure evil, and sonically brooding or crushingly heavy. Our version of Hell runs differently; it’s chaotic, it’s operatic, and it’s different for every character. Time is inconsistent, non-linear, shifting backwards and forwards without warning. Welcome to the Rabbit Hole.”

The Gloom In The Corner Share Video For New Song “Ronin” Featuring Crystal Lake‘s Ryo Kinoshita

The Gloom In The Corner have premiered a new video for their new song “Ronin.” This track features Crystal Lake‘s Ryo Kinoshita and it will appear on the band’s new album “Trinity,” which is set to be released on October 28.

Vocalist Mikey Arthur commented:

“‘Ronin‘, from a lore perspective, re-introduces ‘Homecoming‘ protagonist Ethan Hardy after his death at the end of that EP. Upon donning a new suit of armor, known as the ‘Black Cloud’, he pushes his emotions deep inside, channeling them into a display of violence. Hardy wreaks havoc across Hell under no command but his own, earning the name of ‘The Ronin’. The redux of both the ‘Witch Hunt’ and ‘Rodent’ breakdown not only serves as an Easter egg for old fans, but continues the story begun in ‘Homecoming’ with more brutality and gore.”

“As always, the track serves as an analogy, albeit a tragic one. Despite how much you may ask for help, or that people can see that you’re in pain, you’re on your own and the only one who can fix you is you. ‘Ronin‘ is an angry, relentless tirade that, in short says; ‘I came to you when I needed help after you said that you would, and you sat back and did nothing. Go fuck yourself.’”

“Trinity” Track Listing:

01. “From Heaven To Hell”
02. “Obliteration Imminent” (feat. Monique Pym of Reliqa)
03. “Ronin” (feat. Ryo Kinoshita of Crystal Lake)
04. “Black Rot” (feat. Monica Strut of The Last Martyr)
05. “New Order” (feat. Taylor Barber of Left To Suffer)
06. “Clutch” (feat. Amelia Duffield)
07. “Pandora’s Box” (feat. Lauren Babic of Red Handed Denial)
08. “Behemoth”
09. “Gravity”
10. “Red Clouds” (feat. Crystal Joilena, Elijah Witt of Cane Hill & Rachel Jeffreson)
11. “Nor Hell A Fury”
12. “Gatekeeper” (feat. Ryan Kirby of Fit For A King)
13. “Hail To The King” (feat. Joe Badolato of Fit For An Autopsy)