IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE: New Song Available for Streaming; Album Title Announced

"Slaves To Martyrdom", a brand new song by the Polish hardcore/metal act IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE, is available for streaming at the band's MySpace page. The track is the title cut of IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE's sophomore album, which will be released later this year via an as-yet-undetermined record label.

Commented the band: "It's high time for the second song off 'Slaves To Martyrdom' to surface and strike the world! We have chosen the title track for at least two important reasons. First of all, this is the ultimate point of the new album and the most representative announcing of what is yet to come. It gives the listener the picture of the diversity and wide scope of the material included on the second IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE record. Then, the lyrics for this one are the essence of the new album's concept and we wanted to share them with you now, even before the release of the record.

"'Slaves To Martyrdom' stands in opposition to this illusionary mixture of fear and euphoria, dominating the political discourse, every now and then, when a country like our own tries to build its identity on tragedies and failure. It attacks the poisoned historical policy, aiming at antagonizing nations and serving particular interests."

"Slaves to Martyrdom" was conceived in different locations across Poland, mixed by ANGELREICH guitarist Waldemar Jedruszak at The Aesthetic Studio and mastered by Wieslawski Bros. at Hertz Studio (VADER, DECAPITATED, LOST SOUL, SEVERE TORTURE). "The final result is a solid and vivid piece of extreme music, that we all are so damn proud of!" says the band.

IN TWILIGHT'S EMBRACE is currently searching for a record label to release the new album.


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