Knifeworld release lyric video for ‘The Germ Inside’

Knifeworld 2016

Knifeworld have shared a lyric video for their track “The Germ Inside.”

The song is lifted from the band’s new album, Bottled Out Of Eden, scheduled for release on the 22nd of April via InsideOut Music.

Knifeworld say of the track: “During a particularly fertile period in which Bottled Out Of Eden was being constructed, ‘The Germ Inside’ seemed to appear from nowhere. It just seemed to turn up at the sessions, uninvited, like a gate crasher at a party. All the other songs were asking each other if they knew it.

“It wasn’t until after the album was completed we asked ourselves ‘Who is this guy?’ By then it was too late – he’d already spiked the punch and upset a few of the guests.”

The band recently shared a video for the lead track from Bottled Out Of Eden, “High/Aflame”, and are set to play the following live dates:

Apr 22nd: Flashback Records, London (acoustic show)
May 09th: Leicester, The Musician
May 10th: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
May 11th: Brighton, Green Door Store
May 12th: London, Bush Hall

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Knifeworld reveal short run of UK tour dates

Knifeworld 2016

Knifeworld have announced a UK tour in support of their new album.

The band will play a short run of four dates in May following the release of their new LP, Bottled Out Of Eden, on the 22nd of April via InsideOut Music.

Says Knifeworld frontman Kavus Torabi of the new collection: “After The Unravelling, which took over a year to complete, we deliberately wanted to change the variables – to alter the approach in order to make something different.

“I love The Unravelling but it was a very difficult record to make. Rather than spending so long in the studio, constructing, arranging, recording, re-recording and adding layers of additional instruments and noises, this time we wanted something rawer, more live sounding.”

The band recently shared a video for the lead track from Bottled Out Of Eden, “High/Aflame.”

Knifeworld will play:

May 09th: Leicester The Musician
May 10th: Leeds Brudenell Social Club
May 11th: Brighton Green Door Store
May 12th: London Bush Hall

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Knifeworld share video for new track ‘High/Aflame’

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Knifeworld have shared a video for their new track, “High/Aflame.”

The song is the lead track on the band’s new album, Bottled Out Of Eden, due for release on the 22nd of April via InsideOut Music.

Says Knifeworld frontman Kavus Torabi: “This ‘High/Aflame’ is an edited version of the six and a half minute opener from Bottled Out Of Eden. We wanted to start the album with something joyful and this is the song that birthed itself as a result.

“Once again we worked with our long-time collaborator, Ashley Jones, and Innerstrings projections to create a video that was as colourful, giddy and ecstatic as the tune itself, something that looks how Knifeworld sound. I think I’m happier with how this turned out than any video we’ve done previously.”

Knifeworld will be playing a special album launch show at London’s Bush Hall on the 12th of May. Tickets are on sale now via SeeTickets.

The tracklist and cover art for Bottled Out Of Eden are below:

Print01. “High/Aflame”
02. “The Germ Inside”
03. “I am Lost”
04. “The Deathless”
05. “Foul Temple”
06. “Vision Of The Bent Path”
07. “I Must Set Fire To Your Portrait”
08. “Lowered Into Necromancy”
09. “A Dream About A Dream”
10. “Secret Words”
11. “Feel The Sorcery”

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Knifeworld reveal cover art and video teaser for new album ‘Bottled Out Of Eden’

Knifeworld 2016

Knifeworld have shared the cover art and a video teaser for their forthcoming new album.

Bottled Out Of Eden is scheduled for release on the 22nd of April via InsideOut Music.

The band have also revealed that they will be hosting a launch party at London’s Bush Hall on the 12th of May. Tickets are on sale now via See Tickets.

Says Knifeworld frontman Kavus Torabi: “The beautiful artwork has been executed, once again, by Steve Mitchell at 57 Design. He’s been responsible for all of our graphics since the beginning and, for me, his work really defines the look of Knifeworld.”

The video teaser includes footage recorded during the making of the album in a studio in Midi-Pyrenees in the south of France.

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The full track list for Bottled Out Of Eden is:

01. “High/Aflame”
02. “The Germ Inside”
03. “I am Lost”
04. “The Deathless”
05. “Foul Temple”
06. “Vision Of The Bent Path”
07. “I Must Set Fire To Your Portrait”
08. “Lowered Into Necromancy”
09. “A Dream About A Dream”
10. “Secret Words”
11. “Feel The Sorcery”

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Knifeworld share tracklist for new album ‘Bottled Out Of Eden’

Knifeworld 2016

Knifeworld have shared the tracklist for their forthcoming new album, Bottled Out Of Eden.

The new LP is scheduled for release on the 22nd of April via InsideOut Music.

Sasys frontman Kavus Torabi: “One aspect of Bottled Out Of Eden is the idea of a self-made heaven or a self-imposed hell, that agony or ecstasy are often a choice.

“I look back on the 25 years of making the kind of music I do, particularly the last six with Knifeworld and just feel so fortunate for the friendships, experiences and absolute joy it has brought.

“I wanted the album to be as much about that, a celebration of this all too fleeting life, as it is a reflection on death and its impact on those left behind in its wake.”

The tracklist for Bottled Out Of Eden is:

01. “High / Aflame”
02. “The Germ Inside”
03. “I am Lost”
04. “The Deathless”
05. “Foul temple”
06. “Vision Of The Bent Path”
07. “I Must Set Fire To Your Portrait”
08. “Lowered Into Necromancy”
09. “A Dream About A Dream”
10. “Secret Words”
11. “Feel The Sorcery”

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