News: Unearth release new single ”Mother Betrayal” and album pre-order starts today

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‘Mother Betrayal’ is an ominous banger heavily laden with the melodic death metal, thrash and metallic hardcore combination that has signified our sound since the beginning. It kicks up the aggression and ferocity beyond previous recordings while also veering into new territories musically, vocally and structurally.  ‘Mother Betrayal’ is a warning that we are smashing past multiple ecological tipping points caused by our dependence on fossil fuels that will forever alter life on our planet,” says Trevor Phipps of UNEARTH. “Mother Betrayal” is the second single from the upcoming album The Wretched; The Ruinous, dropping May 5, 2023.

Get ”Mother Betrayal” and pre-order The Wretched ; The Ruinous album here:

UNEARTH – Hell on Earth Tour 2023
with Misery Index, Year Of The Knife, Turbid North and Leach

04/01 Dortmund, Germany – Junkyard
04/02 Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
04/05 Munchen, Germany – Backstage
04/04 Freiburg, Germany – Crash
04/05 Eindhoven, Netherlands – Dynamo
04/06 Sheffield, UK – Corporation
04/07 Leeds, UK – The Warehouse
04/08 London, UK – Islington Assembly Hall
04/09 Lille, France – The Black Lab
04/10 Paris, France – La Machine Du Moulin Rouge
04/11 Stuttgart, Germany – Im Wizemann
04/12 Weinheim, Germany – Cafe Central
04/13 Cottbus, Germany – Gladhouse
04/14 Leer, Germany – Zollhaus
04/15 Chemnitz, Germany – AJZ Chemnitz
04/16 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia – Barrak Music Club
04/17 Berlin, Germany – SO36
04/18 Hamburg, Germany – Bahnhof Pauli
04/19 Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
04/20 Gothenburg, Sweden – Musikens Hus
04/21 Stockholm, Sweden – Slaktkyrkan

5/28 Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Milwaukee Metal Fest
6/15 Dessel, Belgium – Graspop Metal Meeting
6/16 Clisson, France – Hellfest 2023
6/30 Emmen, Netherlands – Pitfest
7/2 Saarbrucken, Germany – Reality Bites Fest

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