VALLENFYRE: Decibel Flexi Disc Track ‘The Great Divide’ Available For Streaming

As previously announced, VALLENFYRE continues the run of Century Media artists supporting Decibel Magazine with an exclusive flexi disc track called “The Great Divide”, taken from the Splinters album recording session. Included in issue #117 for subscribers only, a limited number of flexi discs is now available in Decibel Magazine‘s webstore for non-subscribers: Purchase yours now before they’re gone!

To hear “The Great Divide”, head over to Metal for the exclusive stream:

VALLENFYRE unleashed their sophomore effort, Splinters, this week worldwide via Century Media Records. To purchase the album, please visit iTunes for a digital copy or CM Distro for a variety of physical formats. If you still haven’t heard Splinters, head over to Decibel for the exclusive album stream:

The video for the crushing title track can also be viewed below.

Best known as a founding member of UK Gothic Metal pioneers PARADISE LOST, Greg Mackintosh transformed the anger and sadness ensuing the loss of his father into VALLENFYRE’s Death/Doom/Crust debut, A Fragile King (2011). This heartfelt and cathartic release is now followed-up by the even more abrasive and extreme second full-length, Splinters. Inspired by the likes of HELLHAMMER/CELTIC FROST, AUTOPSY, ANTISECT, DISCHARGE, NIHILIST, early NAPALM DEATH, early BATHORY, and CONFLICT, VALLENFYRE continues to dig deep into the roots of extreme music — yet due to Greg’s infallible song-writing skills, as well as the crushing sound courtesy of producer Kurt Ballou (CONVERGE, BLACK BREATH, BEASTMILK), Splinters is far from mere nostalgia.

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Vallenfyre - Decibel Flexi Disc


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