MASS WORSHIP - Release "Revel In Fear" Off 'Portal Tombs'

MASS WORSHIP have just released their new song and music video for “Revel In Fear”, which is the latest song taken from the band’s upcoming album Portal Tombs, which is due for a release on February 4th. In true DIY style, the band has self-produced the video with their live guitarist Niklas Sandin. Watch “Revel In Fear (Official Video)” below!

“Paramount to life is the acceptance of death, and to lead a life facing our inevitable end head-on”, states MASS WORSHIP about “Revel In Fear”.

Following the forthcoming release of Portal Tombs, MASS WORSHIP will support their friends in LIK on their upcoming European tour.


09.03.22 (DE) Leipzig - Soltmann 
10.03.22 (CZ) Prague - Modrá Vopice 
11.03.22 (AT) Vienna - Escape 
12.03.22 (DE) Passau - Zauberberg 
13.03.22 (AT) Dornbirn - Kulturcafé Schlachthaus 
14.03.22 (CH) Martigny - Sunset Bar 
15.03.22 (CH) Basel - Sommercasino 
16.03.22 (BE) Deinze - Elpee 
17.03.22 (NL) Oss - Groene Engel 
18.03.22 (DE) Bochum - Rockpalast 
19.03.22 (DE) Hamburg - Hafenklang 
20.03.22 (DE) Göttingen - Freihafen EinsB 
21.03.22 (DE) Hannover - Café Glocksee 
22.03.22 (DE) Munich - Backstage 
23.03.22 (DE) Stuttgart - JuHa West 
24.03.22 (DE) Trier - Mergener Hof 
25.03.22 (DE) Mainz - Schon Schön 
26.03.22 (DE) Berlin - cassiopeia 
27.03.22 (DE) Osnabrück - Bastard Club

Despite spending a big part of 2020-2021 locked inside, writing and recording new material, Stockholm based MASS WORSHIP did complete a highly successful tour in support of Polish death metal legends Vader. Meanwhile, MASS WORSHIP are primed and ready to unleash their second full-length assault. Portal Tombs is a terrifying but electrifying exploration of the gloomy depths of human nature: a monolithic manifestation of the musical force that is MASS WORSHIP. Drawing inspiration from bands such as At The Gates, Mastodon and Meshuggah, MASS WORSHIP could be likened to many bands, but somehow forge their musical identity into something exceptionally distinctive and transcendent, and with enough confidence and conviction to win over even the most orthodox fans of the genre.


29.12.21 (SE) Stockholm - Slaktkyrkan (w/ LIK) 
08.-11.06.22 (SE) Sölvesborg - Sweden Rock 
14.-16.07.22 (SE) Gävle - Gefle Metal Festival