The mesmerizing album artwork (see below) for "Widowmaker", the new album by U.K. extreme metal band DRAGGED INTO SUNLIGHT, was completed by Norwegian occult artist Sindre Foss, and its imagery creates the perfect foreshadowing of what you can expect to hear on their highly anticipated new release.
"Widowmaker", which is set for a November 6 release on CD and MP3 and a November 13 release on vinyl via Prosthetic Records, consists of three haunting tracks that combine into 40 minutes of pure aural debauchery. The album was produced by Tom Dring in three sesions spanning the past three years and has been described by the band as "complete misery, depression, and isolation" akin to "snapping the bones of the weak and crushing their shrunken skulls."
Much like their first album "Hatred of Mankind" — which Metal Hammer compared to "being smacked in the face with a truck full of demons" — the band has said the new release is "everything heavier and everything louder than everything else."
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