Watch: Gothic-Doom Act Katatonia Release Moody New Music Video For ‘Atrium’ + Announce New Album

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Katatonia create music that hits folks right in the feels. Having formed in 1991, the Swedish metal act blends elements of goth rock and doom (with their earlier material featuring elements of death metal). As of today, the band have announced their 12th studio album, titled Sky Void of Stars, and have released a music video for a new song!

Speaking to the band’s upcoming album, the band share the following comment: “Our 12th album, ‘Sky Void of Stars’ is a dynamic journey through vibrant darkness. Born out of yearning for what was lost and not found, the very peripheries of the unreachable, but composed and condensed into human form and presented as sounds and words true to the KATATONIA signum. No stars here, just violent rain.”

Below you can check out the music video for the band’s new song “Atrium.” You can also pre-order Sky Void of Stars as of today via this link here (the album will be out on January 20th, 2023).

Also, starting next month, the band will be hitting the road for an awesome tour! There is a lot to be excited for as a Katatonia fan! We have also included the tracklist and album cover artwork associated with Sky Void of Stars below.

Sky Void of Stars Track List:

  • 1.   Austerity
    2.   Colossal Shade
    3.  Opaline
    4.   Birds
    5.   Drab Moon
    6.   Author
    7.   Impermanence (feat. Joel Ekelöf)
    8.   Sclera
    9.   Atrium
    10. No Beacon to Illuminate Our Fall
    11. Absconder (Bonus Track)
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KATATONIA – 2022 North American Tour
w/ The Ocean Collective and Cellar Darling

  • 11/09/22 – Washington, DC / Black Cat
    11/1022 – Worcester, MA / Palladium
    11/11/22 – New York, NY / Sony Hall
    11/12/22 – Philadelphia, PA / Underground Arts
    11/13/22 – Harrisburg, PA / Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
    11/15/22 – Quebec City, QC / Impérial Bell
    11/16/22 – Montreal, QC / Le Studio TD
    11/18/22 – Toronto, ON / Opera House
    11/19/22 – Pittsburgh, PA / Thunderbird Music Hall
    11/20/22 – Chicago, IL / Metro
    11/22/22 – Denver, CO / Oriental Theater
    11/23/22 – Salt Lake City, UT / Soundwell
    11/25/22 – Portland, OR / Hawthorne Theatre
    11/26/22 – Vancouver, BC / Rickshaw Theatre
    11/27/22 – Seattle, WA / The Crocodile
    11/29/22 – Roseville, CA / Goldfield Trading Post
    11/30/22 – San Francisco, CA / Great American Music Hall
    12/02/22 – Los Angeles, CA / 1720
    12/03/22 – San Diego, CA / Brick by Brick
    12/04/22 – Mesa, AZ / Nile Theater
    12/06/22 – Austin, TX / Come and Take It Live (+Soen as direct support)
    12/07/22 – Dallas, TX / Amplified Live (+Soen as direct support)
    12/09/22 – Atlanta, GA / Hell at The Masquerade
    12/10/22 – Tampa, FL / The Orpheum