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KING APATHY - Presents First Track From Forthcoming Album

German metallers King Apathy present the first track, "Earthmother Rising", from their forthcoming album Wounds, which will be released on 22nd February via Lifeforce Records. King Apathy are back with their third album and the first one after having changed their band name from Thränenkind.
Civilization kills: This is the opening track of King Apathy's third record and there is no way around this frightening and sobering conclusion. Mankind is ruthlessly exploiting the earth. The downfall of our society is just a matter of time, because the planets' resources are finite. Wether humanity as a species will survive the end of civilization as we know it is questionable. Will we destroy this world and make it uninhabitable for all life or can we find the strength to unlearn our destructive behaviours? Songs like "The Scars Of The Land", "Cleansing", "Great Depression" or "Earthmother Rising" are dealing with issues like this. One thing is sure: The "Wounds" we are inflicting are getting deeper and deeper and they definitely won't heal on their own.
The musicians of King Apathy share interests in the ideas of environmentalism, anarchism and veganism and are criticizing capitalism in general. In their lyrics King Apathy are exploring the relationship between humanity and nature, environmental ethics, interpersonal relations and (post)modern life in general. You can feel their humility and sincerity - both in their lyrics and their music. They still draw their inspirations from a lot of different genres such as melodic metal, post black metal, doom, neo-crust, post rock, shoegaze and hardcore punk. Listen to "Earthmother Rising" in the player below. Link