Eternal Fear unveil ‘No Guts’ Lyric Video


eternal fearSwedish Metal veterans Eternal Fear announce fifth studio album and release new video

Eternal Fear, from Karlskoga, Sweden, are set to release their fifth studio album titled ‘Killing Time’ which will be released in three formats CD, Vinyl and Digital Download. ‘Killing Time is will be released on Friday 17th March 2017.

Forming in the early 90’s, Eternal Fear have gone from strength to strength with their distinctive sound, mixing the classic sound of British heavy metal bands such as Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden with the more modern sound of In Flames and Avenged Sevenfold. The Swedish metal giants have toured the UK five times previously, with another UK tour in February 2017 already booked.

The five piece are now set to drop their fifth studio album ‘Killing Time’. Their latest offering mixes technical guitar duels between guitarists Mattias and Daniel, pounding drums from Stefan, thunderous bass from Torbjörn and a fantastic vocal performance from Ove. ‘Killing Time’ offers ten relentless tracks that will have you listening intently from beginning to end and could very well be the band’s crowning moment, showing that after twenty years they are showing no signs of stopping writing catchy and intricate anthems.

The first single from ‘Killing Time’ is the monstrous ‘No Guts’ the video was created by Thomas Holmstrand of Holmstrand design who is a lifelong friend of the band and also designed the ‘Eternal Damnation’ album cover. The single is one of the album’s biggest earworms and will have you singing the melody for months and is an example of why ‘Killing Time’ is a definite contender for 2017’s album of the year. This Eternal Fear’s first lyric video and they wanted to see how it would come together.


To support the release of the album the band return to the UK with support from West Midlands groove metallers Left For Red

23rd Feb – The Dev – London

24th Feb – The Live Rooms – Chester

25th Feb – O2 Academy – Birmingham (No Left For Red)

26th Feb – The Lower George Inn – Gloucester