Tidbits•May 8, 2013 5:49 PM ET
Integrity has posted another song from their forthcoming album.
Official press release: As the villainous Integrity prepares to release the band's tenth LP, Suicide Black Snake, another new track has uncoiled today via Pitchfork. While the band's vast catalog of albums, EPs and 7" releases have continually shown new sides to the act's sound, the intense Suicide Black Snake shows some of the most extreme musical progressions in Integrity's intense lineage. While the band's characteristic mournfully harmonized guitar style huge metal solos are apparent, the album's seventh and longest track "There Ain't No Living In Life" boasts classic blues-ridden and even Southern American rock elements which infiltrate the endtime Integrity message in a unique style of apocalyptic sorrow, fusing undistorted guitars, somber spoken word passages and even harmonica into a crushing and epic culmination. Prepare for rapture with "There Ain't No Living In Life" via Pitchfork