Friday, 16 January 2015
Black Sheep Wall unleash new track
BLACK SHEEP WALL are now premiering the second new song taken from their forthcoming new album 'I'm Going to Kill Myself'. "Tetsuo the Dead Man" is exclusively streaming via The Obelisk as official media partner.
The highly anticipated follow-up to 2012's acclaimed 'No Matter Where It Ends' has been scheduled for release on the 26th of January 2015. 'I'm Going to Kill Myself' was engineered, mixed and mastered by Daniel Braunstein, and is now available for pre-order from the Season of Mist shop.
BLACK SHEEP WALL have previously commented on their new album:
"It's crazy how much can change in a year or two, but when you think about our history those who have been following us shouldn't be surprised", states guitarist Scott Turner. "We're very excited about the release of 'I'm Going to Kill Myself', and the debut of Brandon as our full time vocalist after doing close to 7 years of duty on bass. His voice is the voice I've been waiting to have in the band for years.
The album was just as much a labour of love as it was an arduous and brain wracking process. Once you hear the songs you'll know what I mean. They are a test of endurance as Jackson and I purposely tried to push the limits of taste for the album which I sometimes like to think of more as a special project than a true follow up album.
'I'm Going to Kill Myself' is unique to us in that rather than sitting down for formal song writing sessions we kind of just wrote songs through conversations, and with odd symbols and notes on paper that translated to guitar, bass, and drums in the studio. As for the album art, the always amazing Jeff Rogers really came through with beyond amazing artwork that really captures not only the album, but who we are as a band. I don't think we'll ever do anything like this again so hopefully you all enjoy it, and not really want to kill yourselves after like I wanted to while making this album."
Brandon Gillichbauer: vocals, bass Scott Turner: guitar, bass Andrew Hulle: guitar Jackson Thompson: drums