Iceage shares new song “Glassy Eyed, Dormant And Veiled” — listen


Danish punks Iceage have already previewed three songs off their forthcoming album, Plowing Into The Field Of Love, out October 7th via Matador Records. “The Lord’s Favorite” was a ramshackle and slightly twangy number; “Forever” took on a more dark and abrasive approach; and “How Many” sported wild, jangly guitars. The latest taste of the forthcoming LP, “Glassy Eyed, Dormant And Veiled”, seemingly combines the forces of those aforementioned tracks for one truly brooding and beastly affair.

Marked by violently strummed guitars that crash like cymbals, “Glassy Eyed, Dormant And Veiled” moves forward at a spastic pace. While most of Iceage’s recent songs felt as if the rage and angst were somewhat contained within the cold, post-punk arrangements, this song has emotion bursting at its seams. Listen in below.

In support of the new LP, the band will hit the road for a month long North American jaunt. Check their full schedule here.

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Plowing Into The Field Of Love Tracklist:
01. On My Fingers
02. The Lord’s Favorite
03. How Many
04. Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled
05. Stay
06. Let It Vanish
07. Abundant Living
08. Forever
09. Cimmerian Shade
10. Against The Moon
11. Simony
12. Plowing Into The Field Of Love