The second ful length album from the awesome progressive metallers Black Peaks, following on from 2016’s Statues. It’s sure to be another relentless dose of dark, mathy prog-metal. Fans of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Reuben or Arcane Roots should be able to dig right into this.
“Lyrically at least, this album represents the fear of a future where freedom is restricted,” says Will about All That Divides. “Over the last two years, we as a band have been incredibly lucky to have been able to travel across Europe and play our music. The fact this happened to take place during a period where various political changes, at home and abroad, made us focus a lot about the freedom and right to travel. We have seen people, families, relationships and countries divided by conflict and political upheaval, and our reaction to this is a core lyrical theme running through the album.”
Available on limited 1st pressing coloured variant