The Agonist reveals music video for new single “As One We Survive”

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More extreme, more melodic, and more larger than life sounds! Canada’s hottest extreme metal export, The Agonist, return with their brand new album “Orphans” on September 20th, with Rodeostar Records.

On their sixth studio album, the band created a wild metal beast that feeds on melodic death metal and rock-tinged moments. In between beautifully anthemic sound walls, pounding grooves and fierce riffs, frontwoman Vicky Psarakis showcases her impressive and diverse range that evokes both rock diva and death metal maven vibes!
Today we get to hear another strong-as-steel track – the ultimate anthem for the metalhead scene – “As One We Survive”!
“The first lyrics for "As One We Survive" were written at a very trying time for the band”, The Agonist explains. “We had been on the road a long time and we were flying and playing every day and it was one of those tours where everything that could go wrong would go wrong as many bands know about. Also, the lack of food and sleep was much worse than even your usual tour. On top of this the band had recently got some very bad news. We didn’t break, we didn’t give up. We stuck together, picked each other up and overcame all the obstacles on the tour and off. The chaos and brutality of the instrumental seemed a perfect fit for these lyrics. We couldn’t be happier with the response so far for "Orphans" and hope you enjoy the next chapter – "As One We Survive"”!...
Check out the brand new video for “As One We Survive” below.
Coming on September 20th as Deluxe Box, LP, CD and Digital formats on Rodeostar Records. “Orphans” can be pre-ordered here.

1. In Vertigo
2. As One We Survive
3. The Gift of Silence
4. Blood as My Guide
5. Mr. Cold
6. Dust to Dust
7. A Devil Made Me Do It
8. The Killing I
9. Orphans
10. Burn it All Down

In support of their upcoming release, The Agonist have just announced a European tour with Jinjer happening this fall! Make sure to catch this heavy as hell tour package live on the following dates.

European Tour Dates 2019:
08.11.19 UA – Kiev / Bingo Club
09.11.19 PL – Warsaw / Hybrydy
10.11.19 PL – Wroclaw / Pralnia
12.11.19 DE – Dresden / Beatpol
13.11.19 CZ – Prague / Meetfactory
14.11.19 DE – Berlin / Lido
15.11.19 DK – Copenhagen / Pumpehuset (Sold Out)
16.11.19 DE – Hannover /Musikzentrum (Sold Out)
17.11.19 DE – Hamburg / Knust (Sold Out)
19.11.19 LU – Esch-Alzette / Kulturfabrik
20.11.19 DE – Frankfurt / Das Bett (Sold Out)
21.11.19 DE – Leipzig / Hellraiser
22.11.19 DE – Annaberg-Buchholz / Alte Brauerei
23.11.19 DE – Köln / Gebäude 9 (Sold Out)
24.11.19 DE – Bochum / Zeche Bochum
26.11.19 NL – Amsterdam / Q-Factory
27.11.19 NL – Eindhoven / Dynamo 
28.11.19 BE – Antwerp / Kavka (Sold Out)
29.11.19 UK – London / Heaven (Sold Out)
30.11.19 UK – Birmingham / The Asylum (Sold Out)
01.12.19 UK – Newcastle / University
03.12.19 UK – Manchester / Academy 2
04.12.19 UK – Bristol / Thekla (Sold Out)
06.12.19 FR – Paris / La Maroquinerie (Sold Out)
07.12.19 FR – Annemasse / Château Rouge
08.12.19 FR – Toulouse / Le Rex
10.12.19 ES – Murcia / Garaje
11.12.19 ES – Madrid / Mon
12.12.19 ES – Barcelona / Bóveda
13.12.19 FR – Toulon / Omega Live
14.12.19 IT – Milan / Legend Club (Sold Out)
15.12.19 CH – Zürich / Dynamo 
16.12.19 DE – München / Backstage Werk
18.12.19 AT – Graz / Dom im Berg
19.12.19 AT – Wien / Szene
20.12.19 HR – Zagreb / Tvornica Kulture (Sold Out)
21.12.19 SK - Bratislava / Majestic
22.12.19 HU - Budapest / Barba Negra

Since the band’s formation in 2004, The Agonist quickly established themselves as the torchbearers of a new generation in extreme modern metal. On their sixth studio album, “Orphans”, The Agonist have unleashed a true monster feeding on melodic death metal and almost rocking moments. In between beautifully anthemic metal sound walls, pounding grooves and fierce riffs, charismatic front vocalist Vicky Psarakis showcases her impressive range that covers everything from rock diva all the way to sick death metal growls. The result is a flickering, iridescent and varied masterpiece nestled in between sheer brutality and melodic frailty – simply incomparable!