Finnish symphonic extreme metal band PLAGUEBREEDER released a single ‘I Believe in Misanthropy’ from their upcoming EP!

Promo picture: Tommi Salonen

Finnish symphonic extreme metal band Plaguebreeder released a new single ‘I Believe In Misanthropy’ from their upcoming EP named Annihilation. EP is set to be released on November 20th 2020 by Inverse Records. 

Watch video I Believe in Misanthropy:

The band comments:
“I Believe in Misanthropy was born out of anger. When you look at history and present time, it seems the only thing you can always rely on is misanthropy. Instead of enhancing negotiations or cooperation, people dwell in racism, hate, prejudice and violence. It’s like nobody is even trying to live in harmony with one another in the big picture… and at the same time we are destroying the entire planet. This track paved the way to Plaguebreede’s renewed style because this was the first track in which we composed orchestrations to create proper atmosphere. By our standards this is very direct and simple track, yet also very catchy. “ 

Listen to I Believe In Misanthropy single:
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Annihilation is an angry EP of war, annihilation and mankind’s lust for destruction. Lyrics cover topics from nuclear holocaust to misanthropy and to global ecological catastrophes. The tracks are the angriest and fastest, yet most versatile and epic that Plaguebreeder has ever written. There is also a completely new element in this EP, orchestrations, which adds a doomsday atmosphere to the band play. It took a long time to complete the composing and recording of this EP due to lineup changes and schedule difficulties, but the band is now more vital than ever before.

Pre-save Annihilation EP:


  1. Dawn of the Thermonuclear Era (Intro)
  2. The Root of Extinction
  3. I Believe in Misanthropy
  4. Children of War
  5. The Arrival of Fire ​

Ardeath – vocals, bass, orchestra
Klaath – guitar
Kalmisto – drums


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