Black metal blues alchemists ZEAL & ARDOR will drop "Live In London" on March 22 via MVKA/Radicallis. The 22-track album, which includes four previously unreleased songs, is the entire recording of the band's headline show at the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London on December 2017. It will be available digitally, on CD, and as a double white 180-gram vinyl.
The new songs included are "We Never Fall", "Hold Your Head Low", "Cut Me" and "Baphomet". Barring those tracks, the setlist was devised from the band's two existing albums: the debut "Devil Is Fine" and 2018's follow-up "Stranger Fruit".
Frontman Manuel Gagneux comments, "We recorded our London show [in] December . Since we're really proud of our performance, we are releasing the entire show consisting of our entire catalogue of songs. Mixing duties crushed by Kurt Ballou and Alan Douches mastered these 80 minutes into cohesion. We are really happy with how this turned out and can't wait to unleash it upon you all."
ZEAL & ARDOR, which completed a headline tour of the U.S. last fall, will return to North America this winter and spring. The band will support BARONESS and DEAFHEAVEN. The trek kicks off March 8 and runs through April 12, with several stops in Canada.
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