Slaughter to Prevail drops live album ‘Live in Moscow’

Russian deathcore act Slaughter to Prevail has released the new live album “Live in Moscow,” recorded at the band’s sold-out performance at 1930 in Moscow on Dec. 15, 2021. Stream the album in full here.

The band earlier held the global premiere of the concert footage during a livestream broadcast earlier this month. The full concert film is available to rent or purchase via the Sumerian Records store here. The live footage is directed by Nikita Korzhov with sound by Aleksandr Zhelekov.

Slaughter to Prevail previously dropped a live video of its performance of “Bratva” earlier this month. Watch it below.

“Live in Moscow” track listing:

1. Bonebraker
2. Agony
3. Zavali Ebalo
4. Hell
5. Bratva
6. Made in Russia
7. Chronic Slaughter
8. I Killed a Man
9. Death
10. Baba Yaga
11. Demolisher
12. King

Slaughter to Prevail released its debut EP, “Chapters of Misery,” in 2016 and followed with its debut full-length album, “Misery Sermon,” in 2017. Standalone singles “Agony” and “Demolisher” followed in 2019 and 2020, respectively, and then came its second full-length, “Kostolom,” in 2021. The album spawned hit singles “Baba Yaga” and “Zavali Ebalo.” The band released the anti-war anthem “1984” in August 2022 to oppose Russia’s war on Ukraine.

To date, Slaughter to Prevail has totaled 971.1 million cross-platform streams.

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