BLOOD RED THRONE – new track released

BLOOD RED THRONE – new track released

BLOOD RED THRONE – New Album ‘Nonagon’ via Soulseller Records – New Track Premiere & Pre-Orders

BLOOD RED THRONE have premiered a second track from their upcoming new album “Nonagon”, set for a worldwide release on January 26th 2024 via Soulseller Records.

You can listen to “Tempest Sculptor” at this location:

he Norwegian Death Metal kings celebrate 26 years in the scene and are still going strong with their 11th and strongest release so far!  

Band founder / guitarist Daniel “Død” Olaisen comments: “Blood Red Throne has always been a combination of groove and brutality. While keeping true to the BRT sound and feel, ‘Nonagon’ feels fresh and new. The lyrics for the album are loosely based on the nine concentric circles of torment described in ‘Inferno’ by Dante. The album has nine songs and it would be fitting to conceptualize around that. That being said, every lyric is up for interpretation and I encourage people to find their own meaning and themes based on it.”

He adds about the new single: “‘Tempest Sculptor’ is the best song Meathook has written in Blood Red Throne so far I think. It has the perfect flow from start to finish crowned by a quite nice solo by me. The lyrics for this song base itself around the self-destruction of humanity and the unavoidable cycles of human brutality. History is bound to repeat itself and there is nothing we can do about it.”

Check these pages for pre-order options: (World) +++ (Americas)   

“Nonagon” was mixed and mastered by Ronnie Björnström (at Bjornstromsound). The cover artwork was crafted by Giannis Nakos / Remedy Art Design.


1. Epitaph Inscribed

2. Ode To The Obscene

3. Seeking To Pierce

4. Tempest Sculptor

5. Every Silent Plea

6. Nonagon

7. Split Tongue Sermon

8. Blade Eulogy  >>> 

9. Fleshrend 


Daniel ”Død” Olaisen – Guitar

Ivan ”Meathook” Gujic – Guitar

Freddy “the Shred” Bolsø – Drums

Stian “Clammy Hackett” Gundersen – Bass

Sindre Wathne Johnsen – Vocals

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