Liturgy Announce Tour, Share New Song “God of Love”: Listen

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Brooklyn-based metal quartet Liturgy have released a new song, “God of Love.” It’s the group’s first new track since 2015’s The Ark Work. Listen to the eight-minute “God of Love” below.


Liturgy: “God of Love”
(via Bandcamp)

In October 2018, Liturgy founder, vocalist, and guitarist Hunter Hunt-Hendrix debuted his multi-disciplinary opera Origin of the Alimonies. This fall, on November 16, a 20-piece chamber orchestra—comprised of Liturgy and the Sonic Boom ensemble—will perform the piece at the REDCAT in Downtown Los Angeles.

Tomorrow night (September 6), Liturgy—whose lineup currently features Hunt-Hendrix, Bernard Gann (guitar), Tia Vincent-Clark (bass), and Leo Didkovsky (drums)—will debut new material at Brooklyn’s Market Hotel. Check out all of Liturgy’s upcoming tour dates, as well as the trailer for Origin of the Alimonies, the single artwork for “God of Love,” and a poster for the Market Hotel concert, below.

Read Pitchfork’s 2015 feature “The Liturgy Manifesto.”

Liturgy:

09-06 Brooklyn, NY – Market Hotel
11-09 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar
11-10 Los Angeles, CA – Zebulon
11-16 Los Angeles, CA – REDCAT
11-17 San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill
11-19 Portland, OR – Paris Theater
11-20 Seattle, WA – Highline

Liturgy: “God of Love”





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