INTEGRITY: First Snippet Of Music From 'Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume' Album

INTEGRITY: First Snippet Of Music From 'Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume' Album

Apocalyptic heavy music icons INTEGRITY have revealed the first snippet of new music from their upcoming album, "Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume", coming this summer via Relapse. The featured song is the album’s opening track, "Fallen To Destroy". Listen now and see all confirmed 2017 tour dates below.

"Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume" contains 11 tracks recorded and mixed at Developing Nations Studio in Baltimore with mastering handled by Brad Boatright (OBITUARY, TOXIC HOLOCAUST, FULL OF HELL).

INTEGRITY will perform its first concert of 2017 tomorrow at United Blood Fest in Richmond, Virginia. From there, the band will tour throughout Europe including the legendary Roadburn festival and Hellfest 2017. INTEGRITY will then bring its hardcore sound across the Pacific to Japan in October for four nights.

Photo credit: Sheep Tourdog


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