FROM SORROW TO SERENITY release Slipknot cover

Written by on 7th September 2019

Scottish groove metal band FROM SORROW TO SERENITY have revealed their blistering cover of Slipknot‘s famed ‘The Blister Exists’, first recorded for the Metal Hammer Cover CD, which showcased a series of British artists’ takes on the classic Iowans.

Listen to ‘The Blister Exists’ here:

Earlier this year FROM SORROW TO SERENITY released their second album Reclaim on Long Branch Records.

The band will be touring the UK and Europe later in the year with Dutch metal band For I Am King. The dates follow their recent support tour with After The Burial and Ghost Iris, and mark the band’s first headline run in support of new album Reclaim.

Catch FROM SORROW TO SERENITY and For I Am King on the following dates:

06/11 – Birmingham, Flapper
07/11 – Southampton, Suburbia
08/11 – London, The Black Heart
09/11 – Glasgow, Cathouse
10/11 – Leeds, The Key Club

Purchase the album here: https://fromsorrowtoserenity.lnk.to/Reclaim

Having unveiled their new and improved sound with stand-alone single ‘Golden Age’ in 2017, FROM SORROW TO SERENITY followed up with relentless touring – including sold out UK tours with Jinjer and Heart of a Coward respectively – before announcing their signing to Long Branch Records and premiering the first single from Reclaim in February 2018.

FROM SORROW TO SERENITY entered the studio in September 2018 to begin the recording process at their own studio in Glasgow, Scotland. Guitarist and songwriter Steven Jones (also of Bleed From Within) took the helm on recording, production and mixing, with mastering handled by Ermin Hamidovic (Architects, Periphery, Bury Tomorrow) at Systematic Productions in Melbourne, Australia.

Album artwork was painted by James Banks at his studio, also in Glasgow, Scotland, with packaging and layout handled by Daniel Wagner in Los Angeles, California.

LINE-UP

Gaz King – Vocals
Steven Jones – Guitars
Andrew Simpson – Bass
Ian Baird – Drums






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