“Transcendental Black Metal” Outfit Liturgy Releases “God of Love,” First Song in Four Years
Liturgy have been teasing a new album for a while, and they recently revealed they’d be debuting new material at a show at Brooklyn’s Market Hotel this Friday (September 6th) (tickets), and now, one day before that show, they have released their first new single since 2015’s The Ark Work. The new single is called “God of Love,” and it’s an eight-minute track that works an orchestra and a harp into Liturgy’s increasingly distinct brand of post-black metal. The new song is also Liturgy’s first with new drummer Leo Didkovsky, who replaced Greg Fox. Listen below (via Tiny Mix Tapes).
Liturgy also added West Coast dates surrounding the West Coast debut of frontman Hunter Hunt-Hendrix’s Origin of the Alimonies, an opera that “collides metal, classical, and trap music.” All dates are listed below.
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Liturgy — 2019 Tour Dates
Sept 06 Market Hotel Brooklyn NY w/Deli Girls, Child Abuse, Sadaf, TBHQ
Nov 09 San Diego, CA Soda Bar
Nov 10 Los Angeles, CA Zebulon
Nov 16 Los Angeles, CA REDCAT (Liturgy and CalArts’ Sonic Boom dir. Ulrich Krieger: Origin of the Alimonies)
Nov 17 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill
Nov 19 Portland, OR Paris Theater
Nov 20 Seattle, WA Highline