Horror metal masters CARACH ANGREN are streaming a new music video for the track “Charles Francis Coghlan”. The video, directed by the band and Rick Jacops, is a cinematic, haunting story of a young woman who finds a mysterious box under her bed, and the grave consequences that follow. The video is streaming now at the official Carach Angren Bandcamp page.
“Charles Francis Coghlan” comes off the band’s new album ‘Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten’. On their epic new album, CARACH ANGREN push their unashamedly theatrical style of metal to intense new heights. ‘Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten’ is a next-level metal album for the ages! The album is streaming now at Loudwire, alongside an exclusive album breakdown interview, detailing the band’s blood-curdling lyrical concepts.
Regarding the new album, the band comments: “You will now be able to listen to our fifth horror concept album “Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten” in its entirety for the first time. We are incredibly proud of the result and promise that this musical horror story will unfold like a ghoulish rollercoaster ride, making every nightmare that you have had so far feel like a walk in the park.
The overall story will introduce you to different otherworldly guests and it is only until the end (spoiler alert!) that you will find out a very special clue pointing towards you, the esteemed listener of this album. Make sure to get a hold of your own personal copy in the form of a Pitch Black Box or one of the other various formats.”
‘Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten’, CARACH ANGREN’s follow up to the acclaimed ‘This is No Fairy Tale’ (2015), is available across multiple formats at the Season of Mist E-Shop.
‘Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten’ was recorded with Peter Tägtgren (AMON AMARTH, CHILDREN OF BODOM, DIMMU BORGIR, IMMORTAL, and more) at Abyss Studio in Sweden, mastered by Jonas Kjellgren at the Black Lounge Studio (SEPTICFLESH, KATATONIA, AMORPHIS, and more) and features cover art by Costin Chioreanu (GHOST, ARCH ENEMY, AT THE GATES, and more).
3. Blood Queen
4. Charles Francis Coghlan
5. Song for the Dead
6. In De Naam Van De Duivel
7. Pitch Black Box
8. The Possession Process
9. Three Times Thunder Strikes