Killhall is set to release their debut album – First single Fear Shaped Man out now!

Finnish-Estonian Killhall is set to release their debut album – First single & music video Fear Shaped Man out now!

Promo pic by TPA Productions

Finnish-Estonian metal band Killhall is set to release their debut album ‘I Want War’ later this year via Inverse Records. A First single and music video Fear Shaped Man is released today and it’s available here: https://push.fm/fl/killhall-fear

Vocalist Madis “Mad” Velström comments:

“Fear Shaped Man talks about the nightmares I had for about 10 years when I was a kid. There was a huge werewolfish character always watching me in the shadows. 

I felt it’s presence the whole night and usually woke up screaming because it had just started to scream at me in the dream, me losing my voice and the ability to move. I have analysed it through my life and understood that I was battling with my fears and have now long ago accepted myself to also be that wolf.

When ever I have been at the crossroads in my life, not knowing which way to go the wolf have returned in my dreams. I now welcome it as an old friend. Hey, maybe it is death itself. There was that white wolf in “Puss in Boots 3” that kind of reminded me of my nightmare character. It scared the shit out of me!

To take it all together – Fear Shaped Man is about accepting your fears, getting over them, growing stronger with them and knowing that you will always have new obstacles to overcome and you will never have anyone else than yourself to get over them. Face your fears “

Track list:

1. Fear Shaped man

Single cover art by Black Bela Art & Tattoo

Mixed & Mastered: Mikko Herranen
Vocal recording: Mikko Herranen
Instrument recording: Killhall

Composed by Killhall
Lyrics: Madis “Mad” Velström 

ISRC: FI-3FC-23-43403

LINE-UP:

Tuomas Laukkanen (guitars)
Stefan Laine (bass)
Juuso Laukkanen (drums)
Madis “Mad” Velström (lyrics, vocals)

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/killhall
https://www.instagram.com/killhallmetal
https://killhall.bandcamp.com


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