Detroit melodic metal band The Black Dahlia Murder has released a new song from their upcoming album Everblack, which will be released June 11th via Metal Blade Records (pre-order here). “Goat Of Departure” tackles the goat’s role in metal, including the infamous “horns” symbol as well as the evil nature of the goat in Christian religions.
Vocalist Trevor Strnad states, “This song is about how the goat came to represent Christian evil and the origins of the infamous ‘horns’ metal hand sign.”
Head on below to listen to the song.
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