CANDLEMASS: Lyric Video For New Song 'House Of Doom'
April 27, 2018
The official lyric video for "House Of Doom", a brand new song from CANDLEMASS, can be seen below. The tune is the soundtrack of the game with the same name, which was co-designed by the legendary Swedish doom metal band.
The "House Of Doom" soundtrack, a new killer doom epic, will be released on May 25 as an EP with three bonus tracks via Napalm Records. A full-length album will be released in the fall.
In addition to the regular EP, there will be a 10-inch etched vinyl with an exclusive nine-and-a-half-minute-long version of the song "House Of Doom".
CANDLEMASS singer Mats Levén stated about the EP: "We in CANDLEMASS are proud to present four new songs to the world on the new EP 'House Of Doom'! The title track is inspired by the 'House Of Doom' game from Hyperfrost. We're also very happy that our label Napalm Records are with us all the way. 2018 will be a big year for CANDLEMASS!"
"House Of Doom" is a five-reel video slot with 10 fixed paylines. It is a volatile game with a high payout. There are wilds, free(doom)spins and bonus scatter symbols (the Skull). Landing three skulls at the right moment triggers the Skulls Of Abyss bonus game, where hidden prizes can be won…
The "House Of Doom" soundtrack was written by CANDLEMASS bassist Leif Edling, produced by Marcus Jidell, mixed by David Castillo and mastered by Maor Appelbaum.
Edling said last fall that he was working on a new CANDLEMASS song that was "a part of something bigger, something really cool that will take the band on another adventure." He described the process as "very exciting and a new challenge for me as a songwriter."
CANDLEMASS's latest release, "Death Thy Lover", came out in 2016 as CANDLEMASS's special 30th-anniversary EP. The four-track effort featured singer Mats Levén, who joined CANDLEMASS in 2012 following the departure of Robert Lowe.
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