French female-fronted metal outfit UNSAFE digitally release new album ‘Mankind’ // Physical editions out soon!

Surprise ! About five years after the release ofEnter Dark Places’ (2015, Mighty Music), French female-fronted metal band UNSAFE just officially released its brand new full-length album called ‘Mankind’ on Digital exclusive through Bandcamp and the main legal services (Apple Music, Amazon, Deezer, Spotify…).

In addition to the official release-news and while the album is also planned for a physical release on January 2020, ‘Mankind’ is also available right now for full-streaming on bandcamp.

Buy/Stream the album ‘Mankind’ / Pre-order the CD edition on Bandcamp

The new album ‘Mankind’ manages to gather everything which makes the strength of the band, a catchy music with songs that people can remember from the first listening and won’t forget. Most efforts have been made for the composition of the tracks, mixing more complex songs with more simple ones, searching for the good melody and the groove for most of the riffs.

The vocals have also an important place in this album, they must bring their final touch to the songs. The lyrics focus on themes such as the destruction of our planet, overconsumption, the loss of values, the rise of individualism and selfishness..”

…For the record…

Formed in 1998 by Stéphanie Nolf (bass) and Lionel Faucher (guitar), UNSAFEtook advantage of a long experience of the underground scene to improve its style, having the privilege to share the stage with Napalm Death, Textures, Crucified Barbara, Eluvetie, NASUM, No Return, Hacride, Lofofora, Mass Hysteria, Nostromo, Execution …

8 recordings (3 demos & 5 albums) compose the discography of the band.

Three new musicians -Xavier Garrabos (Drums), Luke Perry (Guitar), Christophe Vivier (Bass)- came to complete the line up and add their experience and personal touch to improve the music of Unsafe.

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