Find Solace in A Haunted Place as Kill Shelter & Antipole Release New Album

Find Solace in A Haunted Place as
Kill Shelter & Antipole
Release New Album and Emotive Video

Following the success of the singles “Raise the Skies” and “Burn Bright”, Kill Shelter & Antipole have just released their new album entitled A Haunted Place on Manic Depression Records.

Kill Shelter (UK) & Antipole (Norway) have collaborated on an eight-track album that explores the personal themes of loss, addiction, isolation, remorse and the fragility of human existence. As demonstrated in the singles, the album manages to fuse euphoria and melancholy in perfect unison, creating a heady mix of driving melodies with moments of dark introspection.

“This is definitely my most personal work to date. The lyrical sentiment is straight from the heart and comes from a very personal place, even more so when I took the decision to do the vocals on the album myself. Musically “A Haunted Place” is full of light and shade and those contrasts play out across the entire album from start to finish. In some ways it’s a very complete work and we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response to it to date.”
– Pete Burns, Kill Shelter

“I definitely think this work celebrates the individual styles of both artists and yet manages to create something very different in the process. Across the album you really get a chance to see how well our guitar styles compliment each other and it’s that interplay that makes the album special for me. We talked a lot about this album being a journey for both of us and it certainly has been and I look forward to seeing where it takes us… “
– Karl Morten Dahl, Antipole

To support the release, Kill Shelter and Antipole have just launched an emotive video for the album track “A Kiss in the Rain”. The video, again produced by Pete Burns from Kill Shelter, uses a combination of live video and motion graphics to bring the album concept and underlying themes to life…

Watch: A Kiss in the Rain

A Haunted place is available now on Vinyl, CD and Digital Download via Manic Depression Records and the artists’ Bandcamp pages.

All limited edition variants sold out within a few days of the pre-order starting on the 12th February. More stock was ordered and is available now.

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