SHADOWS FALL: New Song Available For Streaming

“Fire From The Sky”, the title track of the new album from Massachusetts metallers SHADOWS FALL, is available for streaming using the audio player below (courtesy of AOL‘s Noisecreep). Due on May 15 via Razor Tie, the CD was recorded at Zing Studios in Westfield, Massachusetts with longtime friend, producer/engineer and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE/TIMES OF GRACE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz. Adam D., who has previously manned the boards on albums by ALL THAT REMAINS, AS I LAY DYING, UNEARTH, THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA and EVERY TIME I DIE, was also intimately involved in the writing of the new SHADOWS FALL material.

The cover artwork for “Fire From The Sky” was designed by Aaron Marsh of Forefathers and can be seen below.

Commented Marsh: “When presented with the idea, I wanted to deliver an aesthetic that would go beyond the ‘typical’ or ‘assumed.’ I wanted to embrace a perspective and emotive value that could be carried with the context of the record itself. While I knew this would be challenging and end up stylistic to one degree or another, I still wanted the viewer to get this overwhelming and brooding sense of chaos that could otherwise be imagined when putting themselves in that very scenic situation — supposing this record was the soundtrack to their own apocalyptic movie.”

Added SHADOWS FALL singer Brian Fair: “[I] couldn’t be happier with how the artwork for ‘Fire From The Sky’ came out. Thanks to Forefathers for doing such an amazing job!”

SHADOWS FALL filmed a video for an as-yet-undisclosed new song on March 21 at an abandoned building in Brooklyn, New York.

The band recently wrapped up a string of intimate headlining warm-up shows in select cities before heading to Australia for this year’s Soundwave Festival.

SHADOWS FALL‘s last album, “Retribution”, came out on September 15, 2009. A concert DVD/CD, “Madness In Manila: Shadows Fall Live In The Philippines 2009”, followed on October 25, 2010 via Everblack Industries/Ferret Music. The set included over 60 minutes of footage that was shot on April 30, 2009 at the Pulp Summer Slam in Manila, Philippines as well as a live audio CD.

“Fire From The Sky” (song) audio stream (courtesy of AOL‘s Noisecreep):

 

 

 

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