Harlott Back From Extinction


On April 7th, Australian Thrashers HARLOTT will release their new album ‘Extinction‘ worldwide via Metal Blade Records!

HARLOTT return with a harrowing offering of Thrash Metal, and a bleak interpretation of mankind’s future. A blistering assault of speed and aggression awaits those who endure ‘Extinction‘ as well as a reverent journey into the power and force that is Metal.

12 tracks of furious riffs, spitting verses and face melting shred blend effortlessly with triumphant melodies and thundering groove to make a diverse and adaptable record that pays tribute to the kings of Thrash Metal, and makes waves in the new dawn of evil.

Listen for yourself at metalblade.com/harlott where you can check out the first single ‘First World Solutions’! Have a look at the amazing artwork by Andrei Bouzikov and pre-order the album on either Digi-CD or vinyl.

Extinction‘ is HARLOTT‘s third album and the successor to 2015’s ‘Proliferation‘, an album that gained critically acclaim and landed HARLOTT a 5-week-European tour as support toANNIHILATOR. Taking what they had already mastered and pushing limits of dissonance, evil, and atmosphere, they bring together an offering that will sate the bloodlust of their manic legion, and draw in the revelers of a dying breed. With 12 tracks of pure bedlam, the album boasts a full complement of brutality that pauses only for deafening silence between the onslaught of blistering thrash metal.

Recorded at Monolith Studios (Orpheus OmegaIn Malice’s WakeBane of Winterstorm) and mastered by Jens Bogren (KreatorOpethSoilwork) the album seeks to rain pure savagery upon the listener.

Extinction‘ track listing:
1. Extinction
2. First World Solutions
3. The Penitent
4. Whore
5. No Past
6. Conflict Revelation
7. Better Off Dead
8. Violent Conspirator
9. And Darkness Brings The Light
10. Final Weapon
11. Parasite
12. Epitaph

Andrew Hudson – Guitar/Vocals
Ryan Butler – Lead Guitar
Tomas Richards – Bass
Tim Joyce – Drums


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