Jan 062019

British death/doom metal band My Silent Wake have released a video for ‘Killing Flaw’ the track is taken from MSW‘s latest album “There Was Death” . The video can be seen below.

In an update last year MSW said“We have a number of gigs already in the diary for 2019, both in the UK and in Europe, and more in the pipeline. This includes a couple of festivals as well as headline shows; the first of which is in Plymouth (UK) in March with our good buddies in The Drowning. Others will be confirmed in the near future so watch this space!!! Continue reading »

Jan 062018

British death/doom metal band My Silent Wake have released another new song entitled ‘Killing Flaw’, taken from their upcoming new album “There Was Death”, which will be released Februari 18th on CD and double LP via Minotauro Records. The track is available for streaming below.

Bassist Addam Westlake told Decibel Magazine: “This is the third track from our new album There Was Death. We spent a long time writing and perfecting the album with all of the tracks going through some major changes — even on the first day of recording in one case. The album is a continuation of the style that Ian, Gareth, and I laid down on Damnatio Memoriae (our last full-metal album). With Si Bibby joining on keys it’s added another layer of atmosphere. I’d say it’s our heaviest, darkest work to date. We also used artwork by Juha Vuorma again, we love his style and reckon his work looks fantastic — especially on vinyl! ‘Killing Flaw’ is no exception. I wrote the bass intro maybe three years ago, and spent the time since then writing riffs, discarding riffs and writing more riffs. ‘Killing Flaw’ was the working title for this track during the writing process — before we’d even begun to come up with vocal ideas or lyrical themes. But then I played a game called Hellblade: Senuas Sacrifice, which, aside from having a wonderful narrative, deals with mental health issues. So the lyrics were heavily inspired by the game and the song’s final arrangement fits around the lyrical theme.” Continue reading »