Stolen Babies, the avant-garde metal group, has set a digital release date of Sept. 18th and a physical release date of Oct. 16th for their upcoming album Naught. We exclusively premiered the album artwork for Naught, which you can see below.
Stolen Babies will also be touring with Devin Townsend and Katatonia on the “Epic Kings & Idols” Tour alongside Paradise Lost. All tour dates are below.
Now, I haven’t heard all of this band’s material, but I’m loving everything I have heard so far. So, yeah, I’ll be buying a copy of this album posthaste. READ MORE
Devin Townsend isn’t yet ready to hang up the Devin Townsend Project moniker just yet. Coming Sept. 18th (Sept. 24th in EU), DTP will be releasing Epicloud, the latest musical journey from one of metal’s most creative minds. The album is already known to feature guest vocals from the incredible Anneke van Giersbergen (ex-The Gathering) and will have 13 “hook laden, light-hearted” tracks. You can hear a sample of the song “Effervescent” as well as see the album artwork below.
Devin Townsend will also be co-headlining the “Epic Kings & Idols” tour alongside Katatonia. Support will come from Paradise Lost and Stolen Babies. Tour dates as well as our exclusive Stolen Babies album artwork reveal can be found here. READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you the exclusive album artwork premiere for Naught, the upcoming album from Stolen Babies! The artwork is deceptive, to say the least. At first glance, it seems very innocent and happy, showing a dark pink sheep in the middle of a “Who Framed Roger Rabbit Toon Town”-esque setting. But at closer inspection, things become more stranger, creating a sense of unease. The colors, while bright, have a dark tinge. The houses, seemingly happy, have a worried tilt to their eyes. And the sky, while blue and beautiful, has scratches and mars. Yup, something seems very strange in this image. You can check out the full artwork below.
The follow-up to 2006′s There Be Squabbles Ahead, Naught has a fall release date via No Comment Records.
Stolen Babies will be on the Epic Kings & Idols Tour with Devin Townsend, Katatonia, and Paradise Lost. Tour dates and artwork can be found below. READ MORE