The new ‘Depression Core’ project of Philip Anselmo — EN MINOR is now releasing a brand new track, taken from their debut full-length When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out. The album will see the light on September 04, 2020 in Europe via Season of Mist. The new track “Blue” can now be heard below.
EN MINOR comment on the track: “We picked ‘Blue’ to release first because it features the whole band, as some songs don’t have percussion. Also, the title of the record, When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out, is from a line in the song. Very fitting and haunting.”
EN MINOR have furthermore released the cover artwork and the album details of When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out. View the artwork, which was created by Jimmy Hubbard, together with the album info below.
When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out track listing:
1. Mausoleums (4:57)
2. Blue (5:07)
3. On The Floor (5:22)
4. Dead Can’t Dance (2:38)
5. Love Needs Love (3:39)
6. Warm Sharp Bath Sleep (4:20)
7. Melancholia (3:19)
8. This Is Not Your Day (3:03)
9. Black Mass (4:40)
10. Hats Off (2:52)
11. Disposable For You (4:27)
En Minor has been culminating since Philip H Anselmo was a child in the French Quarter. The bases of some songs that have now become the EN MINOR project were written at significant stages in Philip’s life, starting at 9 years old when given his first guitar and no patience to learn other people’s music, started writing his own. Other material from Anselmo’s band of underground lore, BODY & BLOOD, has evolved into EN MINOR songs. Although Philip is most well known for Extreme Metal and Rock, here we get to hear a softer side of his vocal chords, but lyrically is heavy as anything.
Joining forces again with Schteve Taylor, tapping into his side that thrived when he was in WOVEN HAND and 16 HORSEPOWER; Kevin Bond (SUPERJOINT RITUAL) carrying on his old BODY & BLOOD vibe, and an extrememly talented group of seasoned musicians, Anselmo’s EN MINOR is a blatant change of pace, and we embrace all of the melancholy oddness without compromise.