Night Demon release new single, Kill The Pain

California – April 30, 2020
Night Demon release a new single and 7″ for the track Kill The Pain

Californian traditional metal unit, Night Demon are thrilled to announce the worldwide release of their new single, Kill The Pain. The track is the band’s second single released this Spring, following the release of “Empires Fall”.  Check out a lyric video for the track below!

Night Demon fulfilled a lifelong dream by recording this single at Sweet Silence Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark under the watchful eye of famed producer Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica, Morbid Angel, Blind Guardian).  Of course, Rasmussen has left an indelible mark on heavy metal history for his work on Metallica’s Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets, and … And Justice For All albums, among many others.

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Kill The Pain is a tough-as-nails bruiser of a song that showcases Night Demon’s signature sound, a revved-up, modernised take on classic British and American metal.  Lyrically, however, the track marks a thematic departure by delving into serious, deeply personal subject matter.  It tackles the heavy topic of suicide, forged in the pain of life experiences but with an inspiring message of hope and perseverance through adversity.

The B-side of Kill The Pain is a blistering cover of Cirith Ungol’s 100 MPH, with Night Demon’s  Jarvis Leatherby and Cirith Ungol’s Tim Baker sharing lead vocal duties.  Given the brotherhood between these two Ventura-based bands, and their years of travelling and performing together, 100 MPH marks a special collaboration as they join forces to breathe new life and power into this oft-overlooked gem from the One Foot In Hell album.

Kill The Pain will be released as:

Red 7inch (ltd. to 300) – Band Shop via Kingsroad (US & EU)
White 7inch (ltd. to 200) – Century Media US Online Shop (100)
White 7inch (ltd. to 200) – High Roller Records (Germany) (100)

Order your copy of Kill The Pain here, while supplies last.