MALEFICE: 'Awaken The Tides' Video Teaser

"Awaken The Tides", the new video from U.K. modern metallers MALEFICE, will make its online debut on Monday, July 4. In the meantime, you can see a preview of the clip below.

"Awaken The Tides" is the title track of MALEFICE's third full-length album, "Awaken The Tides", which will be released in the U.K. on July 18, in the rest of Europe on July 15, and in North America on August 2 via Metal Blade Records. The 10-song effort was recorded at The Face studios in Reading with drums laid down at Fortress Studios in London. All tracks were mixed and mastered by Justin Hill.

Commented MALEFICE frontman Dale Butler: "And so the time has finally come, we've been locked away for six months working on this record, a release that's going to take your fucking head off. We promised something different, a bigger production, and a slightly different look on the genre. We've found our sound and it's going to bring a whole new level to our live show, something we all felt was missing. We've come back a new band, confident and more of a unit than we've ever been. This is our next step; make sure you're around to see it!"

"Awaken The Tides" track listing:

01. Awaken The Tides
02. Delirium
03. Dead in the Water
04. Minutes
05. Baying For Blood
06. Blessed/Cursed
07. The Day the Sky Fell
08. Out Numbered Out Gunned
09. Flood of Red
10. The Haunting

You can now listen to the album's title track, "Awaken The Tides", in the YouTube clip below.

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