Converge Share “Coil” From “Bloodmoon: I” Album With Chelsea Wolfe & Stephen Brodsky (Cave In)

Converge have shared a new song, titled “Coil,” from their “Bloodmoon” project with Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Chelsea Wolfe, and Wolfe’s guitarist Ben Chisholm. This track is from their new album, “Bloodmoon: I,” which will be released on November 19 (vinyl out June 24). Converge vocalist Jacob Bannon commented:

“‘Coil‘ turned out to be one of my favorite songs I’ve ever been a part of. There is an infectious slow build that ends up becoming theatrical in tone. Lyrically it was a true collaboration, with all of us expanding on each other’s ideas as they came to be. I believe Chelsea’s vocal was the starting point in that for this one. Kurt really pushed vocal harmonies to a new level as well. Encouraging many of Steve’s ideas while we were in the studio tracking together. This one really has everyone of us firing on all cylinders creatively.”

Converge Team Up With Chelsea Wolfe & Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky For New Album “Bloodmoon: I”

Converge’s “Bloodmoon” project with Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Chelsea Wolfe, and Wolfe’s guitarist Ben Chisholm, will be releasing a new album, titled “Bloodmoon: I,” on November 19 (vinyl out June 24). A video for the effort’s first single, “Blood Moon,” can be found below:

“Bloodmoon: I” Track Listing:

01 “Blood Moon”
02 “Viscera Of Men”
03 “Coil”
04 “Flower Moon”
05 “Tongues Playing Dead”
06 “Lord Of Liars”
07 “Failure Forever”
08 “Scorpion’s Sting”
09 “Daimon”
10 “Crimson Stone”
11 “Blood Dawn”

Converge’s Jacob Bannon said the following:

“We wanted to do something grander than the typical four-piece Converge music.”

“Our dynamics are pushing and pulling in all different directions on this record, and I find that to be creatively rewarding.”

Brodsky also commented:

“I feel like everyone just kept the music in mind and wanted to do what’s best for the song.”

Wolfe added:

“The project stretched my vocals in new ways. It’s so different than what I normally sing over that I was able to open up and be vulnerable with my vocals.”