Orange Goblin has signed to Peaceville Records and is working on their first new album since 2018. The album will be the band's first to feature bassist Harry Armstrong, who replaced founding bassist Martyn Millard earlier this year.
"When we first started the band back in 1995, Peaceville was a label we admired so much due to the number of amazing bands they were releasing and building careers for at the time," said vocalist Ben Ward. "To join a roster that released albums by the likes of Autopsy, Darkthrone, Paradise Lost, Anathema, My Dying Bride, Pentagram, At The Gates, Aura Noir and many more is an absolute honour and we look forward to continuing that amazing bloodline of talent, alongside the killer bands that they currently have on their books.
"We spoke to a few labels when our last deal ended and the enthusiasm, vision and passion for the music that Peaceville showed made this a really easy decision for all of us. We can't wait to start work on what will be the 10th Orange Goblin studio album. With a new bass player in place we are now writing new material and expect to have this released sometime in 2022. Cheers!"
Orange Goblin will hit the road this November and December, and already has a good amount of touring planned for 2022.
11/11 – Beta, Copenhagen, DN
11/12 – Plan B, Malmo, SWE
11/13 – The Crypt, Linkoping, SWE
11/15 – John Dee, Oslo, NO
11/16 – Musikhens Hus, Gothenburg, SWE
11/17 – Debaser, Stockholm, SWE
11/18 – Pub Ettan, Mariehamn, FI
11/19 – Klubi, Tampere, FI
11/20 – Korjaamo, Helsinki, FI
12/8 – The Booking Hall, Dover
12/9 – Tivoli, Buckley
12/10 – The Joiners, Southampton
12/11 – The Parish, Huddersfield
12/13 – King Tuts, Glasgow
12/14 – Gorilla, Manchester
12/15 – Asylum, Birmingham
12/16 – The Globe, Cardiff
12/17 – The Underworld, London
12/18 – The Underworld, London
4/30 – Desertfest London, UK
5/28 -Desertfest Berlin, DE
6/10 – Sweden Rock Festival, SE
6/25 – Uprising Festival, Leicester, UK
7/29 – MetalDays Fest, Tolmin, SL
9/10 – Rockin' The Bowl Fest, Sheffield, UK