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BUTCHER BABIES Release The New Song ‘Lilith’

butcher babies, BUTCHER BABIES Release The New Song ‘Lilith’

BUTCHER BABIES will release their third album, “Lilith”, on October 27 via Century Media. The follow-up to 2015’s “Take It Like A Man” was produced by Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SEPULTURA, SUICIDE SILENCE) and marks the band’s recording debut with new drummer, Chase Brickenden, who replaced Chris Warner last year.

Pre-orders for “Lilith” are available now in both physical and digital formats.

BUTCHER BABIES co-vocalist Carla Harvey comments: “In anticipation of ‘Lilith’, we wanted to offer unique pre-sale bundles that are special to us. Not only do we have the album, limited-edition vinyl and t-shirts up for grabs, but we are also offering limited edition items curated by myself and Heidi [Shepherd, vocals]. One such item is a gorgeous lyric book for ‘Lilith’ featuring never-before-seen illustrations by me and graphics by Heidi. Another item is our signature ‘Lilith’ pendant, a darling necklace handcrafted by us for our Butcher Army. You can find all the details on our pre-order site.”

Fans that pre-order “Lilith” will also receive the album’s title track as an instant grat.

BUTCHER BABIES “Lilith” track listing:

01. Burn The Straw Man
02. Lilith
03. Headspin
04. Korova
05. #Iwokeuplikethis
06. The Huntsman
07. Controller
08. Oceana
09. Look What We’ve Done
10. Pomona (S**t Happens)
11. Underground And Overrated

Shepherd stated about “Lilith”: “After a year of writing and recording, we are thrilled with the growth and maturity of this album. Leading with our title track, ‘Lilith’, the artistic development within the band shines.

“We worked with producer, Steve Evetts, to bring you the rawest form of BUTCHER BABIES. No Auto-Tune, a hundred percent real drums, real guitars, real bass, and an all-out BUTCHER BABIES assault on your senses. As we know in this industry, these standards are quickly replaced by machines and can eliminate what makes a band an actual band.

“We are so proud of the hard work and dedication that each member of our team put in to create this masterpiece.”