The song is taken from the band’s latest full-length ‘Grave Image’, released in January 2020.
DEATHWHITE comments: “The themes reflected in both the video and song are indicative of the world we currently occupy — the pandemic of 2020 simply amplified those matters. The havoc wrought upon this planet via the denial of science and facts will have an adverse effect for generations to come. As suggested in the accompanying lyrics for ‘Grave Image’ the song, these wanton acts are far from an illusion, but instead are now a part of everyday, real life.
With 2020 about to bow out, we are looking toward the future, namely our third studio album, as well as the ongoing promotion of ‘Grave Image.’ We are currently deep in the throes of demoing and immensely look forward to putting the finishing touches on these compositions. The early verdict is that these songs are slower, doomier, and, dare we say more ‘atmospheric’ than before.
|We would also be remiss if we did not thank those who supported Deathwhite in 2020. We are forever in your debt.”|
The cover artwork was created by Jérôme Comentale.
Cover photo: (c) Shane Mayer
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