FALLUJAH's New Song "Dopamine" Showcases Proggy Atmospheric Side of the Band
Fallujah will release their new record Undying Light on March 15. The record will be their first with new vocalist Antonio Palermo (Underling) and their first full-length without guitarist Brian James since 2011's The Harvest Wombs.
Fallujah is now streaming their new single "Dopamine," which guitarist Scott Carstairs tells Consequence Of Sound is one of the darker moments of the record and "highlights the struggle for authenticity in an increasingly inauthentic world."
"We set out to create a new sound within the atmospheric tradition of Fallujah, and ‘Dopamine’ reveals the deepest moments of rejection and rebellion found on Undying Light. This current tour with Obscura, Allegaeon and First Fragment is connecting us with so many new and old fans that we feel we have to share this song with in a live setting, face to face. European friends and family come to a show and check out ‘Dopamine.'"
Catch Fallujah on the road with Dying Fetus, Revocation, Spite, Uncured and Buried Above Ground starting April 18.