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Few modern bands embody the true spirit of heavy metal as well as Savage Messiah, whose dogged perseverance, passion and conviction harks back to the hard graft of metal's masters of old. On the band's fifth full-length album 'Demons', due this spring, this has never been more evident. Vintage bullet-belt influences meet modern metal with 11 new songs that will feel as much at home on the airwaves and playlists as reverberating around sweaty mosh-pits. Singer and guitarist Dave Silver describes a band reborn on the new record. "I looked at what we've done in the past and knew we could be taking this band way further," says Silver. It only takes one listen to 'Demons' to understand exactly how Savage Messiah - completed by guitarist David Pear, bassist Mira Slama and drummer Charly Carreton - are ensuring their fresh new sound will infect ears and conquer minds. Without sacrificing any of the razor-sharp precision and earth-shifting heaviness that saw them rise out of the UK's underground, there's a redefined sense of melody and cohesion to the latest opus as well as a newfound majestic flair. Silver founded Savage Messiah in 2007, and secured their first deal with Candlelight the following year, before moving to Earache. Two albums later, the band made the daring decision to go it alone, and founded Halfin Silver Management with renowned British music photographer, Oliver Halfin. The band would immediately sign licensing deals with international metal powerhouse Century Media Records and Japan's acclaimed Trooper Entertainment."We felt like we had a good shot at running everything ourselves, properly and professionally," Silver explains. "And it worked out well - we toured with Cradle Of Filth and Exodus, plus headlined and sold out shows of our own in Japan, along with Wacken, Download, Hellfest, Graspop and loads of other great opportunities. That's what made us think this next album needs to push way beyond that and reach more people than ever before".


  1. Name
  2. Virtue Signal
  3. What Dreams May Come
  4. Heretic In The Modern World
  5. Parachute
  6. Under No Illusions
  7. Down And Out
  8. The Lights Are Going Out
  9. The Bitter Truth
  10. Until The Shadows Fall
  11. Rise Then Fall
  12. Steal The Faith In Me
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