Blue Stahli Releases Album Teaser Video; 'The Devil' out on 10/2 via FiXT

Industrial, electronic-rock phenomenon Blue Stahli has released an album teaser video for his forthcoming album, 'The Devil.'  The video showcases Blue Stahli's unique high-energy mix of metal riffs, rock hooks and heavy electronic-infused production, in clips the highlight all 12 tracks on the album.  'The Devil,' will be released on October 2, 2015 viaFiXT.  

Watch the album video teaser below:

Blue Stahli comments, "I made this album to be a kinetic blast of electronic rock that throws you headfirst into a hyper-edited mashup of neon cyberpunk flicks, the atmospheric VHS glow of sci-fi and horror...the surreal fantasticism of weird fiction. Each album I aim for making an event soundtrack to your favorite late-night, go-to movie that doesn't exist (yet). This beast is built of massive guitars, pop hooks, an onslaught of electronics, and cinematic atmosphere meant to engulf you and create a world you can escape to."

Blue Stahli's music and original compositions have been featured in countless staple television shows, films, and video games, including American Horror StoryIron Man 3, and X Men: Days of Future Past, and his last single, "Ultranumb," has been streamed over 30 million times worldwide. Leading up to its release, Blue Stahli has also released a handful of tracks from 'The Devil,' including "Armageddon," "Down In Flames," "The Fall," "Enemy," "Ready Aim Fire," and "Not Over Til We Say It's Over," featuring Emma Anzai of Sick Puppies on bass.  Pre-orders are available here.

 

'The Devil' Track List

  1. The Beginning
  2. Not Over Til We Say So (feat. Emma Anzai of Sick Puppies)
  3. Armageddon

  4. Down In Flames

  5. Enemy

  6. Ready Aim Fire

  7. Rockstar

  8. The Fall

  9. Shoot Em Up

  10. You'll Get What's Coming (feat. Mark Salomon)

  11. The Devil

  12. Demon

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