Premiere: DEN break their silence with ‘Into The Ether’

March 14th 2018

Photo by Jazmine Brooking

Sydney genre-bending, post-punk outfit DEN have just unveiled their sinister new single ‘Into The Ether’, premiered on Up For It with Ruby Miles this morning.

Much unlike their collective sound, Michael Grossman, Tomas Nunez, Michael Hassett and Greta Balog (Greta Now) have been rather quiet since the release of DEN’s debut album ‘DEN C/S’ in 2016. Having spent last year regrouping and working on new sounds, they’re back with the gnashing, industrial clatter of album number two well on its way.

Exploring black metal, post punk and goth on ‘Into The Ether’, DEN have given us a serious taste of what’s to come. Due out in a few months time on 12″ vinyl, the entirety of new album ‘Deep Cell’ was written in a WWII bunker outside Sydney. Pretty fitting, really.

Get ‘Into The Ether’ below, featuring cover artwork by Serwah Gyekyewah (Dispossessed, Nasho).



‘Into The Ether’ by DEN is out now via Paradise Daily Records.



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