Relinquished – Expectations

RELINQUISHED awaken with their new music video “Expectations” the anticipation of their new Extreme Metal concept album “Addictivities Part 1“

Today the Tyrolean Extreme Metal band RELINQUISHED release their brand new video clip “Expectations” from the upcoming album “Addictivities Part 1” which will be released on 22.03.2019 through NRT-Records. The music video, produced in collaboration with Fabian Schmidt-Lademann and Fabian Ritter in Munich, shows all the trademarks of the blackened Death Thrash formation. The song deals with the stage of an almost broken relationship and unfulfillable expectations of the partner.
Five years have passed since the second album “Onward Anguishes”, but during this time the band has been working on an impressive concept album about the drug-addicted protagonist Daniel and his brutal suffering. The nine songs tell the prequel to RELINQUISHED’s debut album “Susanna Lies In Ashes”. Friends of Epic Extreme Metal can look forward to a new musical chapter of the Austrians, who remain true to their trademarks and also show a further development of their sound, that has a slightly different style than the previous ones. Those who like old Amorphis, Opeth, Katatonia or At The Gates, don’t miss the release date of the masterpiece in March, that thanks to the artistic artwork of DIS [Art] Design (i. a. Eternal Silence, Eagleheart), looks pretty good.

The new RELINQUISHED concept album “Addicitivities Part 1” can be pre-ordered
With the brute “Syringe” with its interplay of hard and fast parts, which transport the daily process of the addicted on the way to healing, as well as the jet-black metallic “Zero”, which marks the absolute rock bottom of the protagonist, the Tyroleans show that there is still a lot of potential in the local scene and especially in them.

For more dark and frightening details on the brutally hard concept album “Addictivities Part 1” as well as its drug-addicted protagonist Daniel and the latest news check out their website and or get more information about the band and the album at