Jinjer - Detail New Studio Album, Share First Single


Jinjer have announced their third and forthcoming album, entitled Macro, to be released by Napalm Records on October 25th, 2019. In the meantime, they have also released the first single and video for "Judgement (& Punishment)", directed by Shah Talifta. Pre-orders for the exclusive Limited Edition of Macro can be found at this location.

Jinjer comments on album: "Going from small things to bigger ones is the natural order of things, and we've paved a path from Micro to Macro, carrying the weight of feelings, emotions and experience. This is a monumental point in the story of Jinjer, the quintessence of what makes us what we are now as the people and as a band. We are proud of every single note sung and played on Macro and can't wait for you to give it a listen!"




Comments the new single/video: "How many times have we reacted harshly to something just because we simply do not understand it? It seems like there is an innate human trait in all of us, when there is something unknown or unfamiliar that we tend to question the substance, to attack and finally to destroy it ... just like primitive apes. But when it strikes back it might be too much to bare. Every action causes a reaction. "Judgement (& Punishment)" is a reaction. Just keep that in mind."




Tracklist:

01. On the Top
02. Pit of Consciousness
03. Judgement (& Punishment)
04. Retrospection
05. Pausing Death
06. Noah
07. Home Back
08. The Prophecy
09. lainnereP


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Jinjer
 
Posted: 23.08.2019 by WorpeX


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24.08.2019 - 02:59
WorpeX
Really interesting track and the video is cool. I'm very curious as to whats going on with the last track on this album though... its Perennial spelled backwards. Are they going to play the song in reverse or something? lol
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24.08.2019 - 10:25
Thor arise
Really looking forward to this, the single is something fresh but still jinjer. Artwork is cool, it is nice to see that them getting more famous does not make them more mainstream or less progressive.
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