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Veil Of Maya Unveil Their Next Album [m]other with Single “Red Fur”


Purveyors of djenty-metalcore Veil Of Maya are returning to the fore with their first new album in six years, titled [m]other. Set for release on May 12 via Sumerian Records, the band’s also unleashed the latest single off the record, “Red Fur.” The accompanying music video is available below.

Frontman Lukas Magyar said the record is a reflection on a whole range of topics and feelings, citing how every song was tackled in a different manner.

“This record is a collection of personal experience, history and a touch of my own imagination. I enjoyed approaching each song in a different way this time around. It was certainly challenging at times to find the right mood but when the work was finally complete it seemed to come together very well. I’m thrilled to see how our fans respond!”

As for “Red Fur” itself, guitarist and songwriter Marc Okubo said the track’s electronic opening was inspired by an artist outside of the metal world entirely.

“I got convinced to go to a Rufus Du Sol concert. I was immediately inspired though. The next day, I was like, ’Let’s combine some of this with our style’. That explains the electronic opening.”

Veil Of Maya’s [m]other will release on May 12 via Sumerian Records, but you can preorder your copy — along with any merch — today in a variety of formats.

Veil Of Maya, [m]other

  1. Tokyo Chainsaw
  2. Artificial Dose
  3. Godhead
  4. [re]connect
  5. Red Fur
  6. Disco Kill Party
  7. Mother pt 4
  8. Synthwave Vegan
  9. Lost Creator
  10. Death Runner
Veil Of Maya Unveil Their Next Album [m]other with Single “Red Fur”

You can also catch Veil Of Maya live with Avatar and Orbit Culture starting next month. Be sure to check the dates below to see if they’ll be hitting a venue near you.

Veil Of Maya U.S. Tour Dates
w/Avatar & Orbit Culture

4/28 Omaha, NE – The Admiral
4/29 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
4/30 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
5/01 Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House
5/03 San Diego, CA – The Observatory – North Park
5/04 Los Angeles, CA – The Belasco Theater
5/05 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
5/06 Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues
5/07 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
5/09 Austin, TX – Emo’s
5/10 Dallas, TX – The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
5/12 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
5/13 Green Bay, WI – EPIC Event Center
5/14 East Moline, IL – The Rust Belt
5/15 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
5/16 Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
5/19 St Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
5/20 Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre
5/21 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall
5/23 New York, NY – Webster Hall
5/24 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
5/25 Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring
5/26 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
5/28 McKees Rocks, PA – Roxian Theatre

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