SAVAGE MASTER Streaming New Album, ‘Those Who Hunt At Night’ In Full Online Now!

Louisville, Kentucky horror metallers SAVAGE MASTER are streaming their upcoming fourth album, Those Who Hunt At Night, online in full on NWOTHM YouTube channel. The album is due out on August 5th via Shadow Kingdom Records. Get more details on where to listen down below.

From The Press Release

Today, horror heavy metallers Savage Master stream the entirety of their highly anticipated fourth album, Those Who Hunt at Night, at the New Wave of Traditional Heavy Metal (NWOTHM) YouTube channel. Set for international release on August 5th via Shadow Kingdom Records, hear Savage Master‘s Those Who Hunt at Night in its entirety exclusively HERE.

One of the most exciting and electrifying bands in today’s occult heavy metal scene, during the first six years, Savage Master swiftly built an impressive canon of work over the course of two cult albums, one EP, one single, and especially their over-the-top live shows. The band was founded in 2013 by guitarist Adam Neal and vocalist Stacey Savage, so inspired by their love of heavy metal and horror. Soon enough, a mysterious spectacle was created, and it bore the name Savage Master. From there, the band began their assured ascent through the underground, touring non-stop across North America and Europe, playing such festivals such as Keep It True, Hell Over Hammaburg, Legions of Metal, Frost and Fire, Ragnarokkr, Hells Heroes and many more, and then landing themselves an album deal with longtime fans Shadow Kingdom.

The first fruit borne was 2019’s massively critically acclaimed Myth, Magic and Steel, which brought the band to many new listeners as well as solidified their position atop the throne of true heavy metal might. Now Savage Master stands taller than ever and surveys those they leave in the dust with their fourth full-length, Those Who Hunt at Night. All too perfectly titled, Those Who Hunt at Night sees Savage Master going in for the kill, keeping their unyielding-as-steel sound whilst sharpening it yet further with their clearest and most powerful production to date. In fact, that palpable professionalism profoundly impacts that sound – timeless electricity, eternal glory, boundless energy, authentically ancient but no tired “retro” retread, with the immediately recognizable vocals of Stacey Savage leading the charge – so much so, one could put the album alongside such early/mid ’80s stunners as Judas Priest’s Point of Entry (moody and dynamic) or Jag Panzer’s Ample Destruction (locomotion and drama). Which is to say nothing of the subtle-but-crucial placement of vintage synths across the 36-minute album, giving all nine songs a unique twist that altogether make the record a unified experience. Still, from the impeccably constructed hooks to the broader range of tempos they explore, Savage Master‘s creativity here seems to know no bounds whilst keeping their core intact.

Speed metallers, occult rockers, thrashers, NWOBHM fanatics, everyone in between and especially beyond – all have been entranced by Savage Master‘s mysteries of steel. Now, the wider world will feel the blade of Those Who Hunt at Night!

Fully feel the blade exclusively HERE, courtesy of the NWOTHM YouTube channel. Cut deeper with the previously revealed video “Hunt at Night” exclusively HERE, also courtesy of the NWOTHM YouTube channel. Preorder info can be found both HERE at Shadow Kingdom‘s Bandcamp as well as HERE at Savage Master‘s Bandcamp.

Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Savage Master’s Those Who Hunt at Night
1. Hunt At Night
2. Eyes Behind The Stars
3. Rain of Tears
4. Spirit of Death
5. A Warrior’s Return
6. The Hangman’s Tree
7. Queen Satan
8. Vaster Empires
9. The Death of Time
MORE INFO:
www.facebook.com/savagemasterofficial

www.shadowkingdomrecords.com
www.facebook.com/shadowkingdomrecords 

About Michael Juvinall (6337 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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