St. Louis, Missouri is best known as the home of Anheuser-Busch, a place with an arch, and well, not a ton else. However, with the release of their sophomore album (and first for eOne), Black Fast is about to put the city on the map as far as blackened thrash. Terms of Surrender will be released on August 7th, and today, the band has released another song from it, “I Conspire,” which is streaming via Revolver. Here’s what the band’s vocalist had to say about it:
“I like to think of the album in three chapters, and this is the midway point.” says frontman Aaron Akin. “It is not a concept album, more like a treatise on fear, isolation, and madness. The manic ramblings of a conflicted narrator, dragged under by the stagnation of his own laments, in contempt of his contradictions, a grand unified vision of folly and disease.”
Terms of Surrender will be released on August 7 via eOne Music, and can be pre-ordered here.