Norwegian post-punk collective HEAVE BLOOD & DIE are gearing up to drop their fourth album “Burnout Codes” on January 26th via Fysisk Format. 

Dedicated to bassist Eivind Imingen, who decided to end his life just following the recordings of the album, “Burnout Codes” is shrouded in sadness and tragedy, and shows the Norwegian collective offering their most textured and innovative album to date. 

Just recently, HEAVE BLOOD & DIE revealed a new track titled ‘Mjelle’, which is the second single taken from the new album following leading single ‘Things that Burn’. 

The band had this to say about the new track: 

“This is the soundtrack to the industrial mourning march to goth town, screaming Power Corruption and Lies!

‘Mjelle’ is about getting up and trying to achieve, falling short, and burning out, it’s a never-ending loop of finding false and temporary refuge in avoidance. This one is for our dear friend Eivind and a nod to one of Northern Norway’s undying classics by Terje Nilsen about the windswept and red beaches of Mjelle just outside of Bodø.”

Recorded and produced by Karl Løftingsmo Pedersen and Ariel Joshua Sivertsen (Ondt Blod, Die a Legend), mixed by Magnus Lindberg and featuring the artwork and design by Annika Linn Verdal Homme of Daufødt, “Burnout Codes” will be released on vinyl and digital on Fysisk Format. 

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Cover photo: (c) Brage Pedersen