Conjurer, the future of British metal, have unveiled another glimpse of their long-awaited album Páthos (1st July, Nuclear Blast) in the form of their new single ‘Cracks In The Pyre’.

Watch the video here:

Pre-order Páthos and stream ‘Cracks In The Pyre’ here:

Brady Deeprose (guitars, vocals) comments: “‘Cracks’ is probably the biggest departure from our previously established sound – the working title was ‘Ballad’. For me this is the most affecting track on Páthos, I connect more with it on every listen, and I think it opens up a new element to the band’s identity that will be important moving forwards. The video reflects the themes of the track and was captured on the Scottish coast: the breathtaking landscapes evoke the atmosphere the song is trying to capture, and we’re blown away by the finished piece.” 

Conjurer have announced their Europe and UK headline tour of Páthos. Tickets onsale from Friday 27th May at 10am BST via

Dates as follows:

Fri 21.10.2022    NL    Nijmegen    Soulcrusher Fest
Sat 22.10.2022    DE    Mainz    Kulturclub Schon Schön
Sun 23.10.2022    DE    Bochum    Die Trompete
Mon 24.10.2022    DE    Leipzig    Bandhaus
Wed 26.10.2022    SU    Lucerne    Sedel
Thu 27.10.2022    FR    Lyon    Le Farmer
Fri 28.10.2022    FR    Lille    Brat Cave
Sat 29.10.2022    BE    Hasselt    Samhain Fest
Mon 31.10.2022    UK    Bristol    The Exchange
Tue 01.11.2022    UK    Manchester    Rebellion
Wed 02.11.2022    UK    Glasgow    Cathouse
Thu 03.11.2022    UK    Leeds    Key Club
Fri 04.11.2022    UK    London    The Dome

Páthos is not an album for the half-hearted or faint-hearted. Elements of SumacGojira, old Mastodon and Oathbreaker, the new record is a multi-layered beast – sludge, death, doom, black metal and hardcore influences clash and collide throughout, all masterfully finished by Will Putney’s exquisite mix and master.

The fifty-minute runtime of Páthos is not without its moments of the sublime, with post-metal nods to Conjurer and Pijn‘s acclaimed Curse These Metal Hands project throughout. 

Conjurer‘s debut full-length Mire (2018) was released to a storm of attention from across the metal world, garnering significant acclaim from Metal Hammer UKKerrang!, BBC R1NMEVisions Mag (DE)MetalSucksMetal InjectionLoudwire and many more. Recipients of award nominations (Kerrang!, Heavy Music Awards, Metal Hammer’s Golden Gods) and countless albums of the year lists, Mire is a stunning listen, capturing the attitude of a young band who already know exactly who they are. 

Hailed as one of the metal world’s most devastating, thrilling experiences, Conjurer are a band never content to rest. Following Mire‘s release in 2018 the quartet soon toured Europe for the first time, appeared at multiple UK festivals, and support of doom titans Conan and Will Haven.

In the following years the band have toured the US twice, supporting Rivers of Nihil (stopping to record an Audiotree session along the way), and then Voivod, with Revocation. 2019 also saw Conjurer‘s debut Download Festival appearance, thrilling a packed-out Dogtooth stage, and the release of the joyous collaborative project with Pijn, titled Curse These Metal Hands

It was only at the end of 2019 that Conjurer closed out their triumphant Mire cycle, with a sold-out UK run – their debut headline tour. Using the COVID-19 pandemic to record and craft PáthosConjurer returned to the live setting performing at the Download Pilot 2021 and Bloodstock 2021 mainstages.

For more information:

Conjurer are:
Brady Deeprose (guitars, vocals)
Dan Nightingale (guitars, vocals)
Conor Marshall (bass)
Jan Krause (drums)

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