With governments finally admitting that UFOs exist and humanity trying to heal after a recent crisis, Hypocrisy delivers, just in time, a new addition to its catalog: “WORSHIP”, through Nuclear Blast Records. . Today, the band releases the music video for their debut single, ‘Chemical Whore’. The video, created by NASTROE Production and Agata Nigrovskaya is the first preview of this record material.
Band leader Peter Tägtgren comments, “We have been recording this album for the last two years and it is finally ready! Perhaps this album was waiting for the right moment, as some songs are even more real now than they were a while ago. Thank you all for your patience. We are very excited to officially announce that Hypocrisy is back! “
“WORSHIP” will be released on November 26 through Nuclear Blast Records. The disc can be preorder and pre-save here.
Hypocrisy’s “WORSHIP” will be available in the following formats:
CD Jewel Case
Silver & Black Splatter Silver & Black Splatter Crystal Clear (US Exclusive) (Limited to 600 copies)
Heather Blue with White (US Exclusive) (Limited to 500 copies)
Transparent with Blue / Black / White Heather (Limited to 600 copies)
Transparent with Violet Heather / Black Violet / Black Marbled (Limited to 400 copies)
Purple (Exclusive for Europe) (Limited to 100 copies)
Crystal Clear (Exclusive for Europe) (Limited to 100 copies)
Purple (Limited to 250 copies)
Box Set (Only 900 copies)
Light Blue with Black Spotting
It’s been 8 long years since Hypocrisy’s last album, and the fans can’t take it anymore. WORSHIP consists of 11 tracks of fierce and precise musicianship. Commonly inspired by the fusion of modern and ancient, Hypocrisy has once again found a way to combine innovative ideas with classic sound to deliver something that metalheads can enjoy in awe and brutality at the same time.
As usual, all recording and mixing was done at Abyss Studio AB in Tägtren, Sweden, while mastering was done by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers Audio Mastering. Designed by artist Blake Armstrong (KATAKLYSM, IN FLAMES, CARNIFEX, etc.), WORSHIP’s artwork tells the story of the relationship between humanity and aliens.