News•October 17, 2015 8:37 PM ET•1,936 views
Toothgrinder detail new album, premiere song
Official press release: It's a busy time for New Jersey noisemakers Toothgrinder, as they have revealed the track listing, album cover, and release date for their Spinefarm Records full-length debut Nocturnal Masquerade. "With Nocturnal Masquerade, we wanted to capture a spectrum of sound that could bring you to different places in mood and spirit. This being our first full length there was a sense of timelessness that the band was reaching for. These songs are going to make a long-lasting impact in our lives and we can't wait to share it with our fans," explains guitarist Jason Goss about the record. Drummer Wills Weller concurs, saying, "Using sonic colors, we were able to create moods and emotions and really dig deeper into every song on this record than ever before. Not only for the listener, but also for ourselves." The album is out January 29. Toothgrinder have also shared the first song from Nocturnal Masquerade in the form of "The House (That Fear Built)." The track premiered over at MetalSucks today. "We choose the opening track 'The House (That Fear Built)' as the first peek into the Nocturnal Masquerade for a few reasons. There is a lot of depth, darkness, diversity, and above all, clarity and resolution. The song foreshadows the intensity and melodic tension the rest of the album seems to exude. The track is a personal favorite of mine because it was the first song on the record where I found my groove and rhythmic capabilities which set the tone vocally and lyrically for the songs to come," says frontman Justin Matthews. Nocturnal Masquerade track listing: 01. The House (That Fear Built) 02. Lace & Anchor 03. Coueur d'Alene 04. I Lie In Rain 05. Blue 06. The Hour Angle 07. Dance Of Damsels 08. Diamonds For Gold 09. Nocturnal Masquerade 10. Dejection/Despondency 11. Schizophrenic Jubilee 12. Waltz Of Madmen
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