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“To Live As If There Was Hope” – metallic hardcore pack PARASIGHT premiere new album!

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Copenhagen based metallic d-beat hardcore quartet PARASIGHT is ready to unleash their new second album “At leve som hvis der var et håb” tomorrow March 9th via Indisciplinarian & Modstand Records. In anticipation of the release, the band is now streaming the new album in full online and we’re stoked to give you its first listen below! Check it out and watch the video for the second single ‘De skyder’.

Drummer Nikolaj Borg says about the new album:

“We are proud to finally be able to unleash our new album. 10 songs written and recorded in our rehearsal space. You can almost hear the filth from the snot stained carpet through the 10 songs wrapped in our political anger and crust hardened Orange amps. Joke aside, we are proud of our new monster, and hope you like it as much as we do… Enjoy!”

At leve som hvis der var et håb will be released as LP/Digital via Indisciplinarian and Modstand Records on March 9th 2018, and the LP version (limited to 500 copies) is available for ordering HERE.

PARASIGHT - At Leve artwork

With their second full length At leve som hvis der var et håb (Danish for To live as if there was hope), the Copenhagen based D-beat combo PARASIGHT delivers a consistent metallic hardcore record which in its political songwriting carries an indignant system critique. At Leve… is produced by the band itself, mixed by Swedish producer legend Fredrik Nordström (Martyrdöd, At The Gates), mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, From Ashes Rise) and bears the artwork of German artist Philip Janta.

PARASIGHT will play a release show at the festival Huset Hardcore in Copenhagen on the release day and additionally a show has been confirmed at the new hardcore and punk festival Ilter Festival in May in Odense, DK. More shows to be announced soon.

09.03.18 – Huset Hardcore, Musikcaféen, København
12.05.18 – Ilter Festival, Teater Momentum, Odense

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