Adorned by the legendary artwork of Zdzisław Beksiński.
Among the flooded ranks of contemporary black metal, North Dakota's Ghost Bath stand tall as a prominent force leading the American scene. Today, the band announce their new album, Self Loather, marking the end of their thematic trilogy of tragedy, ecstasy, and hatred on October 29th via Nuclear Blast and Northern Silence Productions. The dreadful art of the Polish art icon Zdzisław Beksiński (1929-2005) fronts this upcoming effort, adding much in the realm of visual intrigue for those unaware of Ghost Bath's black metal prowess. Lead single Convince Me to Bleed sets the stage for the band's darkest composition yet, delivering blood-curling screams with a mixture of solos to propel the spirit to a higher plane. For as harrowing as the lyricism proves to be, Convince Me to Bleed allows light to flourish in streaks carried forth by melodies and heart-wrenching cries, which further showcase the compositional breadth present within the band's ranks.
Stream Convince Me to Bleed below and pre-order your copy of the record HERE.