Just days away from kicking off their US tour with Overkill, thrash metal legends Exhorder have debuted a brand new single, The Man That Never Was. The groove-laden, face-melter was recorded during the sessions for their recently released record, Mourn The Southern Skies, their first in nearly three decades. Fans can stream the track now! Folk catching them live in the US can also pick-up a limited edition 7” vinyl at the shows, featuring a b-side, live version of Legions of Death recorded live from Saint Vitus in New York.
With a crushing, mid-tempo attack and a spitting vocal assault, The Man That Never Was gives a nod to Exhorder’s punk and hardcore roots. Once again, the band carries forth their mission as more of an experience than just another metal band. Hoax, conspiracy, hypocrisy, and treason fuel the lyrics into the classic rage that Exhorder set out with in the mid eighties. Even kings and queens have to live in fear…
Exhorder’s new single follows the band’s long-awaited comeback and critically acclaimed 2019 album, Mourn The Southern Skies, which features standout tracks like ‘Hallowed Sound‘ and ‘My Time‘ and landed the band on the Top 100 in the USA., UK, Germany and Switzerland.
Watch the music video for EXHORDER‘s song My Time below
Watch the lyric video for Hallowed Sound below
Vocalist Kyle Thomas and guitarist Vinnie La Bella talk about the evolution and development of the band’s signature thrash n’ groove sounds over the decades. Watch EXHORDER‘s first trailer for Mourn The Southern Skies:
Vocalist Kyle Thomas and guitarist Vinnie La Bella give fans an inside look into what’s behind their first single in nearly three decades, My Time:
Vocalist Kyle Thomas and guitarist Vinnie La Bella discuss Hallowed Sound:
Watch the guys compare the new album to their classic 1992 record The Law