THE DEVIL’S TRADE release third new track of forthcoming album

Dark singer-songwriter act THE DEVIL’S TRADE is now releasing the third new track of the upcoming album ‘The Call of the Iron Peak’. The album is slated for release on August 28, 2020. The third emotional chapter is now being released via the official Season of Mist YouTube channel HERE. The link may be freely spread troughout your channels. 

Frontman Dávid Makó comments on the track: “The concept of this song and the whole album came at 2000ms high in the Alps heading to a peak that was shining like it was iron. When I reached the peak the whole world around and in me went dead silent. Perfect peace and freedom like it was the afterlife. That silence I have been looking for since then.”

THE DEVIL’S TRADE – The Call of the Iron Peak (official music video)

THE DEVIL’S TRADE has previously unveiled the stunning cover artwork of ‘The Call of the Iron Peak’ which is created by ‘Grindesign’ (BENIGHTED). The cover and other album details can be found below.

Track-list
1. The Iron Peak
2. Dead Sister (WATCH)
3. III
4. No Arrival
5. Expelling of the Crafty Ape
6. IIIIIIIIIIII
7. Három Árva (WATCH)
8. Eyes in the Fire
9. IIIIII
10. Dreams from the Rot
11. The Call of the Iron Peak (WATCH)
Total playing time: 46:43

THE DEVIL’S TRADE earlier announced the rescheduled dates for the previously canceled tour with DARKHER and FORNDOM. A full list of confirmed dates can be found below.

THE DEVIL’S TRADE
+Darkher +Forndom
07 Apr 21 Gdańsk (PL) Drizzly Grizzly
08 Apr 21 Warsaw (PL) Hydrozagadka
09 Apr 21 Kraków (PL) Zascianek
10 Apr 21 Budapest (HU) Instant
11 Apr 21 Vienna (AT) Escape
12 Apr 21 Prague (CZ) Modra Vopice
13 Apr 21 Leipzig (DE) Moritzbastei
14 Apr 21 Berlin (DE) Cassiopeia
15 Apr 21 Copenhagen (DK) Stengade
16 Apr 21 Hamburg (DE) MS Stubnitz
17 Apr 21 Cologne (DE) Club Subway

The Iron Peak; a mystical place where one once found his long lost peace total silence and home. Where he would return when his time to come to pass away. A place that has became a materialization of everlasting freedom cut from society and all earthly struggles. As ancient beliefs says heaven is a place where we found peace with our loved ones in life the Iron Peak is some kind of heaven.

Listen to the call of the Iron Peak as it is calling for you to find your true self in a world you want to be isolated from. It is calling for you to make peace with yourself, with the inevitable end. It is calling for Hungarian singer-songwriter Dávid Makó, who redefined himself as THE DEVIL’S TRADE a few years ago, embarking on a long journey with his deeply personal and dark, sometimes doom infused folk songs.

Be it the folk of the Appalachians, the tales of Hungarian and Transylvanian traditionals, THE DEVIL’S TRADE fuses his past of metal and his roots laying deep in the folk songs of his immediate surroundings.

Very much like how the Iron Peak, a mountaintop both metaphorical and literal is calling for Makó, he is calling for you to share his rituals of loves and hopes lost and found along the pilgrimage of his. It is after all, the journey itself that matters the most, and how you adapt. From basements in his hometown of Budapest, to all corners of Europe, stages small and big, THE DEVIL’S TRADE has been relentlessly walking on his path finding his voice and calling, and that is to let listeners to glimpse into himself through his heart wrenching songs.

His new album, and his debut for Season of Mist, titled ‘The Call of the Iron Peak’ will be released on August 28th 2020, preceded by a tour in April 2021 alongside UK singer-songwriter Darkher and Swedish neofolk/ambient artist Forndom.

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