by Andrew Sacher

The Saddest Landscape

The Saddest Landscape will follow 2012's After The Lights with a new album, Darkness Forgives, on October 23 via Topshelf (pre-orders coming soon). The first single is "Souls Worth Saving" which also drops as a 7" single with a non-album b-side on 9/25, and it's streaming now. It's another dose of the band's raw, emotive post-hardcore / screamo, the kind of song that should please longtime fans and newcomers alike. Check it out below (via AV Club).

The band will also tour after the album comes out, including a short Northeast run with Vattnet Viskar, whose boundary-pushing black metal opus Settler dropped earlier this year. That run hits NYC on November 15 at The Studio at Webster Hall. Tickets are on sale now.

All dates are listed, with the new song, below...

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photo: The Saddest Landscape at 285 Kent in 2013 (more by Lukas Hodge)
The Saddest Landscape

Darkness Forgives Tracklist:
1. Once We Were Immortal
2. Souls Worth Saving
3. 'Til Our Ears Bleed
4. Trimmed and Burning
5. You Never Asked
6. All Grace Intact
7. The Fire Between Heartbeats
8. Archival
9. A Heaven of Amplifiers
10. Admitting You're Alive

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The Saddest Landscape -- 2015 Tour Dates
Oct 23--Parkside--San Francisco, California $
Oct 24--Che Cafe--San Diego, California $
Oct. 25--Bridgetown DIY--La Puente, California $
Nov. 6--Mac's Bar--Lansing, Michigan #
Nov. 7--Beat Kitchen--Chicago, Illinois #
Nov. 8--Mahall's Basement--Lakewood, Ohio #
Nov. 13--The Crunch House--West Haven, Connecticut
Nov. 14--Middle East Upstairs--Boston, Massachussetts *
Nov. 15 --The Studio at Webster Hall--New York, New York *

$ with State Faults
# with Empire! Empire! (i was a lonely estate)
* with Vattnet Viskar