Chelsea Wolfe Streams New Song, ‘After the Fall’; Abyss Out August 7th on Sargent House

Chelsea Wolfe Abyss

In anticipation of next month’s release of Abyss, Chelsea Wolfe is now streaming ‘After the Fall’ a dystopian love song that also attempts to capture the frustration of being stuck inside a dream, unable to wake up.

Stream New Chelsea Wolfe Song, “After The Fall”

Wolfe’s fifth album, Abyss expands on her previous work’s entanglement with tension and the intersection of the conscious and unconscious. Out August 7th on Sargent House, newest track ‘After the Fall’ shows a softer but no less intense side of the album following the powerful forces of ‘Iron Moon’ and ‘Carrion Flowers’. Abyss deliberately confronts the boundaries between dreams and reality, exploring the influence of sleep paralysis and society’s failures, disorders and scars. Aspects of Carl Jung’s Memories, Dreams, Reflections led Wolfe to declare the album’s goal was to drop “into the abyss of one’s own mind, allowing yourself to feel things you’ve hidden away, bringing them front and center”.

Abyss arrives August 7th via Sargent House with pre-order links on iTunes and via the label, and fans can read the full statement behind the album here.

Album Artwork: Henrik Uldalen

Abyss Tracklisting
(August 7th, 2015 | Sargent House)

1. Carrion Flowers
2. Iron Moon
3. Dragged Out
4. Maw
5. Grey Day
6. After the Fall
7. Crazy Love
8. Simple Death
9. Survive
10. Color of Blood
11. The Abyss

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