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Green Lung stream the second single »Reaper’s Scythe« taken from the long-awaited new album »Black Harvest«

UK stoner/doom metal band Green Lung stream the second single »Reaper’s Scythe« taken from the long-awaited new album, »Black Harvest«, set to release on October 22nd, 2021 via Svart Records.

01. The Harrowing
02. Old Gods
03. Leaders Of The Blind
04. Upon The Altar
05. Graveyard Sun
06. Black Harvest
07. You Bear The Mark
08. Reaper’s Scythe
09. Doomsayer
10. Born To A Dying World

Courtesy of Freeman Promotions:

Green Lung have re-emerged from their mulchy catacombs to present the follow-up to their debut album, »Woodland Rites«. »Black Harvest« will be released this autumn on October 22nd via Svart Records. »Black Harvest« will be available on heavy-weight vinyl, CD, and digital formats.

Green Lung vocalist Tom Templar comments: “After reissuing »Woodland Rites« we were beset by the plague and the cancellation of our tour schedule. But these events gave us the chance to hide away like hermits in the middle of nowhere and create the definitive soundtrack to the folk horror film in our heads. We are grateful to all our fans for their patience, and we can’t wait to finally bring these songs to life onstage later this year.”

Recorded at Giant Wafer Studios in rural mid-Wales over the course of two weeks with longtime producer Wayne Adams (Petbrick, Big Lad), before being mastered by John Davis at Metropolis (Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood), it’s a more expansive and textured record than anything the band have done before, boasting a cinematic quality and more attention to detail. All samples were sourced from the local countryside and from instruments found in the studio, including the haunting opening vocal of The Harrowing which was recorded on a whim after the band broke into the local church (the organ can be heard creaking in the background).

Photo by Andy Ford

Picking up where the self-released »Woodland Rites« left off, on »Black Harvest«, Green Lung continues to draw inspiration from Britain’s rich history of folklore, from witchcraft, and from cultish horror films. Nature – as always – is woven into the fabric of the songs; this time around the album was recorded in late autumn, and the seasonal atmosphere seeped into the music, which is redolent of mists, falling leaves, and the crumbling glory of the Magnificent Seven cemeteries of London, the city the band calls home.

Green Lung is:
Tom Templar – Vocals
Scott Black – Guitar
Joseph Ghast – Bass
Matt Wiseman – Drums
John Wright – Organ

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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