"Unfortunately, we have more sad news to share with you: our release show that was scheduled at the Kulturfabrik on January 23rd will be postponed to a further date.
The current situation has made it impossible to properly prepare the show we wanted to present to you.
Even though it was announced that cultural events in Luxembourg can resume with important restrictions, two of our members come from France and haven't been able to rehearse with the band for quite some time and still can't to this day due to the more severe restrictions in their country.
We are very disappointed to not be able to deliver on our promise and are working every way we can to present you with the quality show you deserve as soon as the situation will allow it.
The album will still be released on January 22nd though.
We hope to play it for you very soon!"
After 4 years of intensive work, the band is back with a new album, self-titled Scarred. It is their third LP and the first album featuring their new singer Yann Dalscheid.
Scarred is inspired by the transformation the band has gone through over the past four years and is by far their most personal work to date, hence the self-title.
Without being a narrative, this opus is constructed as a concept album and can be listened straight through with almost no interruption, with different parts of the album echoing each other much like a Pink Floyd album. It is meant to embark the listener on the same journey the band has traveled, from the initial disaggregation, up and down, to the final liberation.
While this album is still deeply anchored in Death Metal, it contains a lot more melodic and atmospheric, even psychedelic elements than SCARRED’s previous work, taking advantage of the broad range of their new singer.
The album will be released on 22nd January 2021 and presented to the public for the first time on 23rd January 2021 during a special release show at Kulturfabrik. More information soon…