Copenhagen’s most visceral metal export, CABAL, have released a brand new single titled ‘Exit Wound’ that displays their willingness to tackle deeply sensitive topics whilst drawing from personal experiences. Focusing on the trauma experienced after the death of a loved one without the chance for a final goodbye, CABAL channel those feelings of powerlessness and loneliness into a gut wrenchingly intense track.
Exit Wound’ is the fourth single that the band has released from their upcoming album Magno Interitus. The band’s Nuclear Blast debutwill be released on October 21st.
Singer Andreas Bjulver states: “Exit Wound is a very personal song to me, as it serves as an outlet for the trauma i felt right after my granddads suicide at the beginning of 2021. It deals with the heavy subject of being denied a final goodbye to one of the few people I’ve ever felt a true connection and real kinship to.”
One of Denmark’s finest metal exports, CABAL, have announced their new album “Magno Interitus”that will be released on October 21st via Nuclear Blast. The band have also released a fitting video for their new single “Exsanguination”
CABAL states: “The album ‘Magno Interitus’ – which translates to ‘The Great Decay,’ was written during the pandemic when we felt like everything was falling apart right in front of us, both in grand scheme of things but also on a much more personal level. So most of the songs serve as an outlet for all of the emotions we’ve felt during this time, which is also why this might not be the most uplifting album ever produced. The album was recorded, produced and mixed and mastered by our very own Chris Kreutzfeldt.”
Denmark based band Cabal have shared a re-recorded version of their track, Innocent Blood’, with the track featuring Jason Evans of Ingested this time around.
Here’s what the band have to say on the track:
“To celebrate the five year anniversary of our Purge EP we decided to re-record the first song from that EP ‘Innoncent Blood’, which was also the first song we ever put out and the song that made people take notice of our existence. And since this is a celebration, we thought that it would be fitting to invite our good friend Jason Evans from Ingested to celebrate with us.”