Extreme metallers THE ARCANE ORDER share first single from upcoming album


Danish extreme metal quintet THE ARCANE ORDER returns with its fourth album “Distortions From Cosmogony” set for a June 9th release via Black Lion Records. With its new experienced line-up, the band has created an epic metal album within its singular style combining the extreme, the grandiose, technical and melodic while telling the story of mankind’s eternal existential conflict between autonomy and submission. Featuring members of renowned acts such as Soilwork, Møl and HateSphere, THE ARCANE ORDER are true masters of their craft and have today released the album’s first single with the track “Cry of Olympus”. 

Stream the single at THIS LOCATION or watch the video here:

Lead singer Kim Song Sternkorpf on “Cry of Olympus”:
The Cry of Olympus is the first single from the album and probably the most progressive of the songs on the album. We purposely wanted to create a song that would work well as a first impression of the new album and a gateway into the rest of the songs on the album.

Can man handle true power or will it be his undoing? Cry of Olympus is as classical as a tale of hubris gets. A mortal challenging fate by aspiring to climb as high as one can get to fall just as far. Because all heroes can fail us. That’s what makes us human.

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Tracklist reads as follows:
01. Distortions From Cosmogony
02. Cry Of Olympus
03. A Blinding Trust In Chosen Kings
04. Starvations for Elysium
05. Favors For Significance
06. The First Deceiver
07. Empedocles’ Dream
08. Ideals Of Wretched Kingdoms
09. Children Of Erebos
10. Wings of Duality

The band’s upcoming fourth album is a 54 minutes long virtuosic display of THE ARCANE ORDER’s unique fusion of death, black, tech, classic and melodic metal. The band’s skillful balancing of the epic and aggressive, the extreme and melodic and of the technical and catchy is unfolded in a dramatic songwriting taking the band’s expression to new heights, while demanding complete devotion from the listener – who are equally rewarded, if this is delivered. 

In the same manner, the subject matter of THE ARCANE ORDER demands a will to immerse oneself, look inwards and to be challenged. “Distortions From Cosmogony” revolves around humankind’s eternal existential struggle of division between autonomy and submission, internally as well as externally. The album dives into the distortion and transition taking place, when humans project their incompleteness into the creation of gods and their counterparts, here on earth as well as beyond. Humans have always told stories about itself and the world with cosmogonies carrying reward and punishment as the most archetypal narratives. The album asks the eternal questions about who we are, which narratives shape us and if these will forever determine our species. These fundamental existential questions find their natural habitat in THE ARCANE ORDER’s unique, visionary extreme metal on “Distortions from Cosmogony”.

As the previous three, THE ARCANE ORDER’s new album “Distortions from Cosmogony” is recorded by Jacob Hansen (Aborted, Arch Enemy, Volbeat, Katatonia a.o.) and in addition Jacob Bredahl (Lifesick, Eyes, Livløs ao.) has recorded vocals, while the guitars were tracked in Flemming C. Lund’s home studio.

“Distortions from Cosmogony” will be released on 2-LP, CD and physical formats and can be pre-ordered at THIS LOCATION while digital formats can be pre-saved HERE

Kim Song Sternkopf – Vocals

Flemming C. Lund: Guitar

Kasper Kierkegaard: Guitar

Anders Frodo S. Mikkelsen – Bass

Bastian Thusgaard – Drums
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