The album will be the first since the tragic loss of guitarist Tom Searle, brother of drummer Dan, last year. It will also be the follow-up to 2016’s All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us.
Speaking with Rock Feed, frontman Samuel Carter said that the band “almost have too much stuff” which is always a good sign. He added that the band aren’t far off demoing vocals and the songs are starting to come together.
“It’s going really well. I mean when we finished the last tour it was kind of like we knew that was when the writing was really going to start taking shape,” he said.
Every member of the band has been writing according to Carter and while it has been “a lot of work” things are “flowing very naturally”.
“It’s been fun and it’s almost like we have too much stuff ya know? Sort of like now we’re gonna sort of trim it back and work on each song individually that we have now and start demoing vocals. It’s really coming together,” he said.
The band will be back in Australia in January for UNIFY. Hopefully, they will have something new to show us by then.