American metal band Homewrecker has debuted a new single titled “Fade to Oblivion,” featuring Anthony DiDio from Vein.
“This song is like a summary of what the album is trying to portray by including the elements of hardcore and punk into the main theme of metal,” the band said.
“It’s a look at the struggle with inner conflict and rather than seeking help, letting it pull you into an endless cycle of your own ‘hell.’ Making this album was the most in-depth we’ve ever gone. We spent a lot of time perfecting every song and taking inspiration from our favorite bands new and old. We feel it’s our best LP yet.
Homewrecker will release its third LP, “Hell is Here Now” on April 27, its first one via Good Fight Music. This will be the follow-up since “Circle of Death,” released in 2014, which accumulated some serious praise.
Homewrecker will hit the road this May in support of its new release with The Black Dahlia Murder on the “Nightbringers” tour 2018. Dates will kick off May 19 at the Red Carpet Nightclub in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and will conclude June 1 in Traverse, Michigan, oafter six dates in Canada.
Homereckeralso will participate in this year’s Psycho Las Vegas festival taking place Aug. 17 to 19 at venues throughout the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The band will share the stage with notables such as Dimmu Borgir, Sunn O))) and High on Fire. Read more at vivapsycho.com.
“Fade to Oblivion” is also available as an iTunes instant gratification track, meaning, fans who pre-order the LP via iTunes will receive the single as an instant download. “Fade to Oblivion” is available on all streaming services.