Airbag premiere new track Killer

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Airbag have released a stream of their track Killer exclusively with Prog.

The song features on the Norwegian band’s upcoming fourth album titled Disconnected, out on June 10 via Karisma Records.

The band’s Bjorn Riis tells Prog: “Killer was one of the first songs written for Disconnected. I had this idea of this ruthless corporate guy who used everyone to gain success – sort of Bateman from American Psycho meets Wall Street’s Gordon Gekko. He’s outside, or disconnected from, the rules of our society.

He adds: “Musically, Killer is slightly different from what we’ve done before. There’s more emphasis on the drums, different rhythm patterns and electronic elements. It really was a band effort, where everyone was contributing ideas and trying out new stuff.”

Airbag will hold a launch party for Disconnected at the John Dee in Oslo, Norway, on June 10.

Airbag Disconnected tracklist

  1. Killer
  2. Broken
  3. Slave
  4. Sleepwalker
  5. Disconnected
  6. Returned
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