Killswitch Engage to release ‘Live at the Palladium’ on June 3, shares ‘Know Your Enemy’ video

Killswitch Engage will release “Live at the Palladium” on June 3, 2022, via Metal Blade Records. The live performance debuted on Aug. 6, 2021, as a streaming event at The Palladium in Worcester in the band’s native Massachusetts, which has been the site of many iconic KsE shows throughout the band’s history.

The performance set list consists of 2019’s “Atonement” record in full, along with the band’s 2000-released, self-titled debut album in full—with surprises along the way. This special event was directed by David Brodsky and Allison Woest for MyGoodEye.

This performance will be available digitally, on 2 LP, and 2 CD/BR. Pre-order it here and here.

The band has shared the video for “Know Your Enemy.” Watch it below.

“This song speaks volumes about the state of the world, not only when I wrote the lyrics, but today, as well,” singer Jesse Leach said. “It shines a light on the various protest songs we’ve written over the years. To me, the message is equally important as the music, and this song is no exception. And regardless of who we have become as a band, we still have our roots firmly planted in hardcore music.”

“Live at the Palladium” track listing:

“The Signal Fire”
“Us Against the World”
“The Crownless King”
“I Am Broken Too”
“As Sure as the Sun Will Rise”
“Know Your Enemy”
“Take Control”
“I Can’t Be the Only One”
“Bite the Hand that Feeds” 
“Temple From the Within”
“Vide Infra”
“Rusted Embrace”
“Numb Sickened Eyes”
“In the Unblind”
“Just Barely Breathing”

In other KsE news, the band’s fourth album, “As Daylight Dies,” released by Roadrunner Records on Nov. 21, 2006, has been certified platinum by the RIAA. The record produced fan favorites such as “My Curse” and “The Arms of Sorrow.” The band also received a platinum certification for the aforementioned single “My Curse,” as well as gold certifications for 2004’s “The End of Heartache” and the “Set This World “Ablaze DVD. The single “The End of Heartache” and the band’s cover of “Holy Diver” also are certified gold.

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