Tronos (Napalm Death, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Premonition” Feat. Denis “Snake” Belanger (Voivod) & Billy Gould (Faith No More)

Tronos (Napalm Death, etc.) have premiered a new song titled “Premonition.” The track, which features Denis “Snake” Belanger (Voivod) and Billy Gould (Faith No More), will appear on the band’s new album “Celestial Mechanics“ (out April 12).

Shane Embury (Napalm Death) commented:

“I wrote the words to ‘Premonition‘ on tour one year on a day-off in Portugal. I think it might have been on one of my birthdays away from home. I mean, when I am ever at home? The words are reflections about the life I have led – how any of our lives, I suppose, start small. How at times it feels dark and scary, but at times there’s the happiness of achievement.

Life feels continuously insecure sometimes but I know that when I feel my strongest, when I gaze at the life I have in part helped to create for my children, I have no regrets. As life speeds faster onwards, I am prepared to leave one day knowing I have achieved more than was ever expected of me. To add, also having the chance to have Snake from Voivod singing on this track with me and Billy playing bass was an honor.

I couldn’t have thought of any other people more perfect for this track. It captures the emotion of a journey onwards and towards a higher plane of existence and has a special meaning for me!”

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Tronos (Napalm Death, Etc.) Premiere “Judas Cradle” Music Video

Tronos (Napalm Death, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Judas Cradle.” This track is from the band’s new album “Celestial Mechanics,“ which will be released on April 12.

The group said the following about the song:

“‘Judas Cradle‘ is our second single and shows more of the epic side of the album, It‘s a real journey into our musical trip, we really let loose on this one. Although on the surface the story is set in fantasy, lyrically it draws a strong parallel to the struggles of mankind living on this dying planet. It may appear very dark and depressing…but stick with it, there’s light and hope for us all!”

They also added the following about the video:

“The video for ‘Judas Cradle‘ is a tormented and twisted journey through the many levels of hell of a man trapped in his own mind. We had strong visions of the kind of feeling we wanted to convey and the type of mind blowing visual extravaganza we felt such a song required. And film makers Khaled Lowe, Sam Edwards as well as Caleb Carney have done an incredible job of capturing our tortured imaginations.”

Tronos (Napalm Death, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Birth Womb”

Tronos, the project led by Shame Embury (Napalm Death, Brujeria, etc.) and producer Russ Russell (At The Gates, Napalm Death), have premiered a new song titled “Birth Womb.” The group said the following:

“This song talks about sacrifice, betrayal of emotion and the process of feeling temporary defeat. But in experiencing these feelings you realise that you can be a stronger person for the experience, the knowledge that maybe you are not unique and we are all dealing with our personal trials on a day-to-day basis.”

“Birth Womb” is from the band’s debut album “Celestial Mechanics,” which will be released on April 12. It’s worth noting that Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth, ex-Soilwork) handled the drumming for the effort and that it will also feature Faith No More’s Billy Gould (bass), Mastodon’s Troy Sanders (bass), Voivod’s Denis “Snake” Belanger (vocals), Nuclear Assault’s Dan Lilker (bass), and The Wonder Stuff’s Erica Nockalls (vocals/violin).

“Celestial Mechanics” Track Listing:

01. “Walk Among The Dead Things”
02. “Judas Cradle”
03. “The Ancient Deceit”
04. “The Past Will Wither And Die”
05. “A Treaty With Reality”
06. “Voyeurs Of Nature’s Tragedies”
07. “Birth Womb”
08. “Premonition”
09. “Beyond The Stream Of Conciousness”
10. “Johnny Blade” (Black Sabbath cover)