KEN Mode’s New Album VOID Releasing this August, First Single “The Shrike” Now Streaming
Canadian noise rock quartet KEN Mode are back and they’ve got a slate of new songs to hit you over the head with. Earlier today, the band announced they were ready to showcase their upcoming album VOID by not only announcing its release date, but also by putting out its first single, “The Shrike” on streaming platforms.
Set for release on September 22 via Artoffact Records, the album’s going to feature eight new tracks to piss your neighbors off with. If the new single is any indicator, this is going to be a wild ass ride.
Speaking about the new album, frontman Jesse Mathewson said the new album will serve as a compliment to 2022’s Null.
“This album is the companion piece to 2022’s NULL album. Both were written and produced at the same time, throughout the pandemic, and recorded by Andrew Schneider in the fall of 2021. The two-album arc was written with the intention of being two separate works that could be coupled together to make one full album.”
VOID will release on September 22, but you can preorder your copy today.
Sep 24 – Porto, PT @ Amplifest
Sep 26 – Rouen, FR @ Le 106 w/Fange
Sep 27 – Lille, FR @ L’Aéronef w/Fange
Sep 28 – Paris, FR @ Point Ephémère w/Fange
Sep 29 – Angoulême, FR @ La Nef w/Fange
Sep 30 – Clermont-Ferrand, FR @ La Coopérative de Mai w/Fange
Oct 1 – Yverdon-Les-Bains, CH @ L’Amalgame
Oct 2 – Karlsruhe, DE @ Jubez w/Fange
Oct 3 – Dresden, DE @ Ostpol w/Fange
Oct 4 – Wroclaw, PL @ Klub Łącznik w/Fange
Oct 5 – Berlin, DE @ Urban Spree w/Fange
Oct 7 – Aalborg, DK @ 1000 Fryd w/Fange
Oct 8 – Aarhus, DK @ HeadQuarters w/Fange
Oct 10 – Liege, BE @ La Zone w/Fange
Oct 11 – Haarlem, NL @ Patronaat w/Fange
Oct 12 – Bruxelles, BE @ Le Botanique w/Fange
Oct 13 – Brighton, UK @ The Hope & Ruin
Oct 14 – London, UK @ Islington Assembly Hall w/Lingua Ignota
KEN Mode, VOID tracklist
1) The Shrike
3) These Wires
4) We’re Small Enough
5) I Cannot
6) A Reluctance of Being
7) He Was a Good Man, He Was a Taxpayer
8) Not Today, Old Friend