Night Wilds Take You To New Jerusalem

The progressive metal band offer another glimpse inside their next LP's circus tent.

Night Wilds pay a visit to New Jerusalem in their latest single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The progressive rock band are gearing up for the release of their debut album, the 17-song concept album All That Should Have Been. Building on the release of the album’s first four chapters that narrate the overall story and situation of the album, the alt-rock and lightly metal song New Jerusalem steps away from narration and into the more traditional song structure.

Night Wilds are based in Seattle and Montana. Their music explores themes of addiction, recovery, searching for meaningful faith, and the power of sharing the shadow as well as the light. All That Should Have Been is a rock-opera epic that follows the story of a young boy, desperately alone and made to perform in the circus, and his journey within himself to discover who he really is.

It was tracked at Robert Lang Studios (Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Foo Fighters), London Bridge Studios (Pearl Jam, Temple of The Dog, Mother Love Bone), and Electrokitty Studios (U2, Dave Matthews, Kendrick Lamar). The sessions boasted an audiophile’s dream of vintage gear, and exceptional contributions from co-producer and mixing engineer Tom Hall, and longtime Heart drummer Ben Smith.

Check out New Jerusalem above, hear more from Night Wilds below and join the circus at the band’s website, Instagram and Facebook.