Scene News: DEATHSTARS New Album Everything Destroys You is out now!

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DEATHSTARS New Album Everything Destroys You is out now!



Swedish Deathglam kings and genre innovators DEATHSTARS return with a vengeance and today marks the release of their brand-new album Everything Destroys You, which is their first release in over eight years.


With four extremely successful albums already under their belt and huge tours supporting heavyweights such as RAMMSTEIN and KORN, the band is back with their eagerly awaited new album and will also embark on an extensive European tour in late 2023, satisfying their strong and dedicated followers.


The band comments on the release:

It is fantastic to be able to present the new album after such a long wait, also for us as a band. It’s been written during a wide span of time, not at least because of the pandemic, so it’s a more varied album – everything from the dark slow bombastic songs to the more straight forward, more outgoing power darkness-tunes. Everything Destroys You is what DEATHSTARS is all about.

We will also present the video for the title track ´Everything Destroys You ´ in a very short while, so keep your eyes open for some brand-new thunder on the horizon.”

Purchase or Stream the album on all platforms:


Or buy it locally!



photo credit: Linus Bokehsius




Whiplasher Bernadotte – Vocals

Nightmare Industries – Guitars and Keys

Cat Casino – Guitars

Skinny Disco – Bass





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