I Break Horses have announced their long-awaited third album Warnings, alongside unveiling the lead single "Death Engine".
Speaking about the new single, vocalist Maria Lindén says, ""Death Engine" highlights the troubled minds of today’s youth in our harsh contemporary times. The song, which was written in connection to a close friend's suicide attempt, also reflects upon the increasing reports that suicide is the second leading cause of death among Generation Z, with this age group having more mental health issues than any other generation."
Warnings, I Break Horses' third album, will follow on from 2014's Chiaroscuro.
Lindén says of the record, "It’s not a political album, though it relates to the alarmist times we live in. Each song is a subtle warning of something not being quite right."
Speaking about the process of making the album, Lindén adds, "It has been some time in the making. About five years, involving several studios, collaborations that didn’t work out, a crashed hard drive with about two years of work, writing new material again instead of trying to repair it. New studio recordings, erasing everything, then recording most of the album myself at home…"