Indeed it has been 11 long years since Vehemence‘s last studio offering, 2004’s Helping the World to See, but a new album is on the way, and a new track is schooling the young’uns. Watch the new“I Don’t Want to Look Inside,” from the upcoming album Forward Without Motion, in the player above.
Metal Injection, where the track premiered, might have said it best where this song is concerned:
‘I Don’t Want To Look Inside,’ is, an extremely well-played jam that sounds like it was recorded by actual musicians… instead of just being punched in and deemed super technical.
Bearing cover art by Hal Rotter/Rotting Graphics (Atriarch, Inherit Disease, Barghest), Forward Without Motion will see release via Battleground Records on October 23rd. Pre-orders for the album have been made available for the digital here, the digipak CD here, and the 2xLP, pressed in a run of 300 copies on 180 gram black vinyl and housed in gatefold packaging with digital download, available here. All LP orders will be entered to win the usual test pressing, and the digital version bears two bonus tracks, which are re-recordings of the songs “I Take Your Life” and “Reconditioning The Flock,” from the band’s self-released 1999 debut album, The Thoughts from Which I Hide.
Rock Hard \m/