At The Gates will release their brand new album, To Drink From The Night Itself on May 18 via Century Media Records.
The guys released a music video for the title track yesterday and I have to say I am really pleased with this song. I have been hoping the production would evolve from the previous record and the music of At The Gates would get back to its roots. Not only did they nail both, but the song is fucking good. Check it out for yourself:
At The Gates – “To Drink From The Night Itself”
Along with the music video At The Gates also released information on the different packages you will be able to get your hands on when the record is released. Some of this stuff is preorder only so if you’re interested you might want to jump on it now.
“To Drink From The Night Itself” is available for pre-order now here:
Next to the standard Jewelcase CD, the Digital Download and the LP version (Various options detailed below!), “To Drink From The Night Itself” will also be available in Europe as limited edition Mediabook 2CD (with a bonus-disc of 5 additional tracks, expanded booklet and 3 stickers) and as strictly limited and numbered LP-Boxset (Further details below too!).
The LP format comes as 180gr. vinyl in Gatefold packaging with 8-pages LP-booklet and an art-print in the following different versions, colours and limitations:
Black LP – Unlimited
Clear LP via Bengans Sweden – 400x copies
Silver LP via CM EU Onlineshop – 200x copies
Picture LP via CM Distro EU – 500x copies
White LP via NBR – 300x copies
Blue LP via EMP – 300x copies
Red LP via CM USA – 600x copies
Golden LP via Indie Stores USA – 300x copies
Smokey gray LP via CM US Onlineshop – 300x copies
Sea glass LP via CM US Onlineshop – 200x copies
The album’s LP-Boxset is strictly limited to 2000 numbered copies and will include a special triple Gatefold version with alternate cover artwork, LP-booklet, 4 art-prints, a bonus LP with 5 additional tracks and etching on B-side, a large poster, a large patch, a metal-pin, a hand-signed card, a set of 3 stickers as well as the album’s CD and bonus-disc ion plastic sleeves.