Terminal Bloom, LIGHT THIS CITY's first album in a decade, boasts ten tracks that capture their tendency towards extreme melody and intensity, honoring the Swedish sounds of the '90s. Having spent the past decade performing and touring in numerous other bands, the five members of LIGHT THIS CITY have only honed and shaped their skills and musicianship since their 2008-releasedStormchaser. Terminal Bloom was recorded from December 2017 through February 2018 with Zack Ohren (Suffocation, Cattle Decapitation, Fallujah) at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland, California, as with their previous four albums, and is wrapped in the vibrant cover artwork of Tony Midi.
LIGHT THIS CITY now takes their tunes to Mexico for the first time this Winter. From January 31st through February 3rd the band will play across the country on the Gira Por México 2019 tour, with shows in Morelia, Guadalajara, San Luis Potosí, and Mexico City.
The members of LIGHT THIS CITY declare, "Mexico! We are SO thrilled to announce our first ever Mexico Tour! And it's just three weeks away! Spread the word, let's do this!"
LIGHT THIS CITY Gira Por México 2019:
1/31/2019 Cactux Morelia - Morelia, MX
2/01/2019 Anexo Independencia - Guadalajara, MX
2/02/2019 Loud Open Stage - San Luis Potosí, MX
2/03/2019 Real Under - Mexico City, MX
LIGHT THIS CITY has also posted a slew of new drum and guitar playthrough videos for the album. Watch guitarists Ryan Hansen and Steve Hoffman shred through "A Grotesque Reflection," "Neverlanding," and "Dormant Tide," and see Ben Murray deploy "Reality in Disarray," "A Grotesque Reflection," "Neverlanding," and "Dormant Tide."
See the LIGHT THIS CITY playthrough videos and the official video for "Agents Of Fate" at Creator-Destructor's YouTube page and subscribe for more action RIGHT HERE.
Terminal Bloom is available on CD, LP, and digital formats now through Creator-Destructor Records. Find order options at the label webstore HERE and Bandcamp where the album is streaming HERE.
Exclaim! Magazine's Terminal Bloom review included, "The idea of a band coming back from hiatus after so long can be daunting, but LIGHT THIS CITY have returned with more energy than when they left. Terminal Bloom is the record fans of the band have been waiting so long to hear and the ideal situation for a re-emerging artist." Revolver Magazine offered, "Having spent the past ten years recording and touring with various side projects... the death-dealers have no time for playing catch-up; instead, the five-piece get right to the melodic, riff-filled goodness we've been craving since '08." Metal Injection stated, "I was surprised to find that LIGHT THIS CITY have a more varied sound than ever. I worry some will write this band off for their time in the early 2000's metalcore scene, but this album is waaaaaaaaay more than that." Bravewords proclaimed, "Channeling the best Sweden has to offer, specifically a whole lot of Arch Enemy with a healthy dose of At The Gates and The Haunted, along with a sprinkling of UK greatness a la Carcass, into a vicious American assault,LIGHT THIS CITY unleash a serious shit-kicking with these ten new tracks. There aren't enough accolades to bestow upon vocalist Laura Nichol; she's commanding, ferocious, intense, profound. And her band deserves just as much respect!"