DEAD LORD Releases New Video ‘Too Late’; Tour Dates Announced

DEAD LORD’s new studio album “In Ignorance We Trust” is going to be released on August 25th. You can listen to the brand new second single “Too Late” and watch the pretty damn cool video below.

“We’re proud to bring you the audio-phonic motion picture snippet of “Too Late”! We’re very excited about having Swedish super celebrity comedian Nour El Refai starring in our music video, as well as some other faces you might recognise. Being late is something we in Dead Lord are very familiar with, and therefore it became the main theme of the video! It’s fab, it’s hip to the whole scene, it’s thrilling, it’s everything you ever wanted and more! We give you: “Too Late”!”

“In Ignorance We Trust” Tracklisting:
1. Ignorance (4:16)
2. Too Late (3:32)
3. Reruns (3:55)
4. Leave Me Be (4:30)
5. The Glitch (4:05)
6. Kill Them All (3:28)
7. Never Die (3:48)
8. Part Of Me (4:57)
9. They! (4:28)
10. Darker Times (3:53)

If you haven’t yet, check out the previously released single “Rerunshere.

In order to promote the hell out of “In Ignorance We Trust”, DEAD LORD have not only just announced a headlining release tour supported by NIGHT, but they will also support the great IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC in November. Make sure to catch DEAD LORD on the road right now too….

DEAD LORD – “In Ignorance We Trust” Release Tour 2017:
WE 30.08.2017 Hamburg (Germany) – Bambi Galore + Night
TH 31.08.2017 Dresden (Germany) – Scheune + Night
FR 01.09.2017 Würzburg (Germany) – Immerhin + Night
SA 02.09.2017 Vienna (Austria) – Das Bach + Night
SU 03.09.2017 Milano (Italy) – TBA + Night
MO 04.09.2017 Frankfurt (Germany) – Das Bett + Night
TU 05.09.2017 TBA
WE 06.09.2017 Lausanne (Switzerland) – Le Cave Du Bleu Lezard + Night
TH 07.09.2017 Köln (Germany) – Underground + Night
FR 08.09.2017 Roeselare (Belgium) – De Verlichte Geest + Night
SA 09.09.2017 Raismes (France) – Raismes Fest + many others (Without Night)
SU 10.09.2017 Nijmegen (The Netherlands) – Doornroosje + Supersuckers & Night
TH 16.11.2017 Leipzig (Germany) – Werk 2