Today Stockholm’s premium Rock export Dead Lord unleash the second single from their up-coming 4th studio album, ‘Surrender’, called “Evil Always Wins”!
Click HERE to check out the song on YouTube!
The band comments:
“Behold another stew of rockness! This time we give you riffs that salute the rock and twin guitars designed especially to render your face extra molten. With Joseph Tholl handling the backing vocals for the ultimate peak in high pitch howling, we suggest you lean back and surrender to this crisp ear drum pounder, all while understanding that there is no use in resisting, cause Evil Always Wins. Go!“
“Surrender” (out worldwide on September 4th via Century Media Records) can be pre-ordered HERE and will be available in the following formats:
- Ltd. CD Digipak (incl. 3 bonus tracks)
- Black LP
- Dark Green LP (200x, via Century Media EU & US Online Shops)
- Creamy White LP (300x, via Century Media EU Online Shop & other mailorders)
- Deep Blood Red LP (200x, via EMP & Nuclear Blast)
- Transparent Petrol Green LP (100x, via Dead Lord Webshop)
- Digital Album
Dead Lord’s fourth record ‘Surrender’ is a one-stop shop of everything from sweet licks and stylish solos, to simply remarkable catchy songs that hit you in the feels and fill the gas tank to the brim.
Stellar guitar rock, fresh and unleashed, as Dead Lord reinvigorates and rewires a long-lost style, rocketing it into a new era with stone-cold future studio classics.
‘Surrender’ conveys the sense, palpable at the shows, of the magnetic chemistry and rolling thunder the Dead Lord live extravaganza always floors you with. You can hear the fun and fever, feel the crackle and burn of the reels as they capture a rare rock and roll lightning strike, as if you were standing in the wings with the drug-dealers and crazed leather rebels of days gone by.
Humbucking their way into the mixing desk of Robert Pehrsson’s Studio Humbucker in Stockholm, Dead Lord couldn’t have found a more fitting sparring partner for their live burst of untamed rawk. Pehrsson has helped hone Dead Lord’s classy riffs and king kong energy into a diamond-cut crystal of top-drawer rhythm and blues.