Cabal premiere video for False Light

Cabal are premiering their new video for False Light exclusively with Metal Hammer

The song is taken from the band’s upcoming debut album Mark Of Rot, the follow-up to 2016’s EP Purge.

CABAL are one of the most brutal and promising heavy acts hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark. The band create a visceral and doom-laden atmosphere throughout both their music and visual expression. The production is crystal clear, whilst the songs draw inspiration from black and death metal to djent, hardcore and more.

Mark Of Rot is the band’s debut album and the follow-up to their critically acclaimed EP Purgefrom 2016, which earned them an award for best rock music video of the year, as well as national radio playtime. Following the release of Purge, CABAL have played several sold-out shows, shared the stage with widely renowned international acts and toured across Europe.

Mark Of Rot sees CABAL expanding on their signature sound, by incorporating bigger shifts in tempo and more eerie melodies, whilst still staying true to what made people take notice in the first place, bone-crushing heaviness and an unrelenting feeling of uneasiness. Adding to this, both guest-vocalists CJ McMahon (Thy Art Is Murder) and Filip Danielsson (Humanity’s Last Breath), leave no doubt that Mark Of Rot is an unstoppable wrecking ball.

The lyrics on Mark Of Rot sit within the soundscape, and continue the theme from Purge – expanding on the mythos around a death cult determined to bring forth the end of existence.

Mark Of Rot is out February 23 via Long Branch Records, and is available to pre-order now.




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