NewsJanuary 7, 2022 10:38 AM ET1,790 views

Dark Funeral premiere first single and video from new album

Official press release:

Today Swedish black metal pioneers Dark Funeral present the first single and video "Let The Devil In," taken off their upcoming full-length album We Are The Apocalypse, which will be released on March 18 via Century Media Records. The unforgiving darkness of this brand-new track perfectly fits the gory and sinister atmosphere of the video – filmed, directed and edited by Grupa13 – giving a good foretaste of what you can expect from We Are The Apocalypse.

Watch the video to "Let The Devil In" here:


Guitarist and band founder Lord Ahriman states, "It is with great pleasure that we can hereby offer you a first taste of our upcoming album 'We Are The Apocalypse' with the track 'Let The Devil In'. It may be a slightly different song from us, but it still holds the true darkness and spirit that is Dark Funeral. It was obvious to all of us that this would be the song that we set the bar with and premiere first. The song also comes with a video, which we recorded in Wroclaw, Poland together with Grupa13. It really was a great pleasure to work with such a professional team. The result is outstanding and fits this completely dark story that is 'Let The Devil In' very well."

Ahriman further adds, "To me, 'Let The Devil In' comes in as a proof of the great deeds you can achieve when you turn to your innermost darkness and in harmony become one with your inner devil. Enjoy the darkness!"

The pre-order of We Are The Apocalypse starts today. The album will be available as Ltd. Deluxe clear-black marbled LP & CD Box Set incl. poster, LP, Ltd. CD Digipak and Digital Album.

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We Are The Apocalypse track listing:

1. Nightfall
2. Let The Devil In
3. When Our Vengeance Is Done
4. Nosferatu
5. When I'm Gone
6. Beyond The Grave
7. A Beast To Praise
8. Leviathan
9. We Are The Apocalypse




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