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News : Sydney’s Lycanthrope drop new single and music video

By on December 4, 2017

This week, Sydney metalcore outfit Lycanthrope has announced the release of their debut full-length album, Chapters, on Friday, February 16 2018! To celebrate, they are unleashing a brand new track and video into the world, entitled ‘Like A Ghost.’ Pre-Orders for the album go live on December 4th on iTunes (with users getting ‘Like a Ghost’ instantly) and the single live to stream on Spotify same day.

The new album, ‘Chapters’ and the brand new single ‘Like a Ghost’ was recorded in early 2017 at Spinlight Studios with Rhys Zacher. The record took 3 months and has produced what is a developed and more focused and intense sound for the band. The video for Like A Ghost is out today and features a blistering, intense performance by the Newcastle six-piece.

Founded in late 2011, Lycanthrope hail from Newcastle, NSW, Australia. They immediately began playing shows and recorded their debut EP Limitless – from which the track The Golden Mile peaked on the Triple J Unearthed radio charts at #4 – what followed was a string of supports for I Killed The Prom Queen, Northlane, Like Moths To Flames, Aversions Crown, In Hearts Wake and many more. The crushing current line-up consists of Aidan Lee, Dan Greig, Brett Scott, Jason Salvini, Scott Wright and Matthew Stoja.

Their second EP, Revival was released in August 2015. The band once again hit Australia’s Triple J Unearthed to release two new tracks. Both tracks, Wasteland and Jaws Of Life and almost instantly hit 1 & 2 on the metal charts. 2016 saw them tour New Zealand and also support Confession, Trophy Eyes & Capture The Crown.

Pre-Orders for Lycanthrope’s ‘Chapters’ album go live on December 4th on iTunes (with users getting ‘Like a Ghost’ instantly) and the single live to stream on Spotify same day. For More Information, go to https://www.facebook.com/lycanthropemusic.

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