GHOST IRIS - Share Brand New Single feat. CHIMAIRA's Mark Hunter!

Danish Metalcore 4- piece Ghost Iris has released their new single 'desert dread' along with a music video. It's the second single off their new album Comatose (out May 7th via Long Branch Records) and features Chimaira's Mark Hunter on guest vocals!

Says Ghost Iris about the new single 'desert dread':

"Choice is something we can all agree on, in most instances, should be granted to anyone. Or is it? Having the ability to choose sometimes leads to undesirable outcomes. It’s a song that delves into the topic of antinatalism and the choices thereof. Undesirable outcomes that have severe consequences. Choice is desert of dread, one where we must choose wisely."

Pre-Order the album Comatose and listen to Ghost Iris‘ new single, 'desert dread', feat. Mark Hunter of Chimaira, HERE!

Ever since the release of their critically acclaimed album, Apple of Discord, the band took the heavy music scene by storm with relentless touring throughout Europe, UK and Japan - touring with the likes of Dream Theater, Jinjer, After The Burial and Soen, and playing renowned festivals such as Copenhell, Rockstadt Extreme Fest or Euroblast. Winning over new fans every night with their intense and energetic performance, audiences around the world instantly hunger for the band’s return.

Gearing up for the release of their awaited 4th full length album, Comatose, Ghost Iris are building upon the sound explored on their previous album. Pulverizing instrumentals, bleak lyrics, catchy and hard-htting - Comatose is no exception to these descriptors, being their most visceral material yet. Comatose will be out worldwide on May 7th, 2021 through Long Branch Records.


01. (3815935) 
02. desert dread feat. Mark Hunter 
03. paper tiger 
04. cult 
05. former self 
06. coda 
07. ebb//flow 
08. cold sweat 
09. coma 
10. power schism

Ghost Iris recently announced a new tour as special guests for post-hardcore legends SKYWALKER. The tour was originally planned for 2020 but was postponed due to the ongoing pandemic.