Northlane have released a new (non-album) single titled 'Enemy Of The Night'.
With over 30 million streams, prompting sold-out shows worldwide and winning the band's third ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock or Heavy Album after its release last year, Northlane's 'Alien' has been their most successful and personal album yet.
But the metalcore giants aren't quite done with the 'Alien' sessions, with one, final song emerging from those studio recordings in the form of 'Enemy Of The Night'.
"'Enemy Of The Night' was the last song to be completed and is personally my favourite song from the 'Alien' sessions," Northlane vocalist Marcus Bridge says.
"It has a similar, storytelling style to 'Freefall' as it recounts memories and experiences from my childhood of my father falling deeper into addiction and the desperate things people will do to satisfy those needs.
"Despite his best efforts, he was never able to beat his demons. This song is the missing piece to the 'Alien' puzzle and I can't wait for everyone to hear it."
The band have a limited edition, deluxe version of 'Alien' in the works. To be bundled as 2x LPs in neon pink including the original version of the album, a full instrumental version and new track 'Enemy Of The Night', pre-orders are available now.