The album comes out on the 19th of May. Worship.
Popular anonymous collective Sleep Token won't just be touring already-released music in Australia this April and May, they'll be celebrating a new record, Take Me To Eden, due for release on 19 May.
Like all things Sleep Token, the album was announced without fanfare on social media. The band simply posted, "Take Me Back To Eden May 19th," followed by a teaser to their fifth new single, Vore, and the command to "Worship".
Take Me To Eden will be released on multiple vinyl variants, including pale gold/white, silver, black, pink, and gold vinyl, with a CD also available. The option to buy vinyl bundles is also there, with t-shirts, long sleeves and hoodies for sale. You can even buy yourself a skate deck.
Over at 24 Hundred, Aussie fans can purchase different t-shirts from the UK store, scarves, socks, beanies, flags, stickers, keychains, and vinyl slipmats. Pre-order or pre-save the album to your library here.
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The new album will is the follow up to Sleep Token's breakthrough 2021 album, This Place Will Become Your Tomb.
Starting the tour at The Tivoli in Brisbane, the British alternative metal band then heads to Sydney's Metro Theatre, Northcote Theatre in Melbourne, The Gov in Adelaide, and wraps things up at Perth's Magnet House. While support acts haven't been announced yet, this tour is already sold out.
Fronted by the masked yet charismatic Vessel, Sleep Token have previously wowed audiences when touring alongside the likes of Architects, Nothing More, Polyphia and countless others. 2022 also previously offered Australian fans a chance to catch the group alongside Northlane and Plini for some heart-stopping shows.
2023 AUSTRALIAN TOUR
FRIDAY 28 APRIL - THE TIVOLI, BRISBANE - VENUE UPGRADED FROM THE TRIFFID
SATURDAY 29 APRIL, 2023 - METRO THEATRE, SYDNEY
SUNDAY 30 APRIL - NORTHCOTE THEATRE, MELBOURNE VENUE UPGRADED FROM THE FORUM
TUESDAY 2 MAY, 2023 - THE GOV, ADELAIDE
THURSDAY 4 MAY - MAGNET HOUSE, PERTH
The tour has sold out.