As scores of shoppers trample each other in the streets looking for the latest and greatest shit that their stupid kids don’t need this Black Friday, you can take solace in knowing that you’ve got new music from Elder in the form of the band’s newest album Innate Passage.

Slated for a November 25 release, Innate Passage is Elder’s sixth studio release, following Omens and last year’s collaborative effort with Kadavar, ELDOVAR – A Story of Darkness and Light.

Elder’s founding guitarist and vocalist Nick DiSalvo said the new record attempts to look at the real world and the last few years through a different prism.

“This record channels the surreal world we live in from a fantastical point of view, not super-literally, and how we as humans processed that; everyone on their own passage through time and space and whatever version of reality they chose for themselves,” in a press release. “The phrase ‘Innate Passage’ appeared to me when writing the record. Passage and transition are necessary in the human condition and this process is intrinsic to us.

“All the growth and introspection we underwent in the past few years totally made this apparent to me more so than any other experiences in life so far.”

The five-track album will be available as a double LP 180-gram colored vinyl, on CD, and digitally. Innate Passage will be out November 25, with preorders through Stickman Records opening on October 21.

Elder, Innate Passage

  1. Catastasis
  2. Endless Return
  3. Coalescence
  4. Merged In Dreams – Ne Plus Ultra
  5. The Purpose

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