Thy Art Is Murder unleash ferocious new track Death Perception

Thy Art Is Murder have shared a stream of their new track Death Perception.

The Australian outfit teased the song earlier this week in a short Instagram video (opens in new tab) with the caption, "Bring forth the lamb of the sacrifice."

Now the single has been released on digital platforms and also on yellow (opens in new tab) and green 7-inch vinyl (opens in new tab) from Nuclear Blast’s online store.

Both are limited to just 250 copies and are backed with No Absolution.

The band’s last album was 2017’s Dear Desolation which was released last year and featured returning vocalist CJ McMahon who initially quit the band in 2015.

Thy Art Is Murder will return to the UK and Europe for a run of shows which will take place throughout January and February.

They’ll also play the Download Australia festivals in Sydney and Melbourne in March and will take to the stage at Wacken Open Air in August 2019.

Thy Art Is Murder 2019 tour dates
Jan 25: Hamburg Sporthalle, Germany
Jan 26: Leipzig Arena, Germany
Jan 27: Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle, Germany
Jan 29: Manchester O2 Apollo, UK
Jan 30: Manchester O2 Apollo, UK
Jan 31: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
Feb 01: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
Feb 02: London Alexandra Palace, UK
Feb 04: Paris Olympia, France
Feb 05: Brussels Forest National, Belgium
Feb 06: Amsterdam AFAS Live, Netherlands
Feb 08: Cologne Palladium, Germany
Feb 09: Cologne Palladium, Germany
Feb 11: Stuttgart Schleierhalle, Germany
Feb 12: Zurich Halle 622, Switzerland
Feb 13: Milan Alcatraz, Italy
Feb 15: Munich Zenith, Germany
Feb 16: Munich Zenith, Germany
Feb 17: Vienna Gasometer, Austria
Feb 18: Prague Forum marlin, Czech Republic
Mar 09: Sydney Download Festival, Australia
Mar 11: Melbourne Download Festival, Australia
Aug 03: Wacken Open Air, Germany

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