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Volbeat Release New Song ‘Parasite’

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Volbeat have released the official lyric video for a new song called “Parasite”. The 37-second track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, which will be released later in 2019

Guitarist Rob Caggiano spoke to Consequence Of Sound about the follow-up to 2016’s “Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie”. He said: “It’s definitely not going to be the same vibe as the last album or the previous album before that. The band is progressing and evolving, and I think the music is following along. Right now, it definitely feels like a rock record. Obviously, there are still all of those influences that the band has always had, but I think the songwriting is evolving and the structures are different. It might be a little premature and too early to say, but that’s what it feels like to me right now.”

Last summer, VOLBEAT frontman Michael Poulsen was asked by Greece’s “TV War” if the new song “The Everlasting”, which the band has been performing at some of its recent live shows, is indicative of the direction of the group’s next studio album. He responded: “The last album turned out to be more like a rock album. And you can have certain ideas when you sit down and write your songs, and going through the material that what kind of direction you’re going, but at the end of the day, when I write, everything changes every day.

“When we go to the rehearsal room, you can have a certain feeling about, ‘This is a keeper. This is a song that’s gonna end up on the album,'” he continued. “And then five or six rehearsals later, it goes, ‘Oh, that doesn’t work.’ So we skip a lot of material to get to the right songs, where we feel, ‘This seems right.’ Because, at the end of the day, it has to be fun to play in the rehearsal room, and it has to be fun playing it two hundred times. And it has to be fun to record it, and it has to be fun to go on the road and play it live.”

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