Lingua Ignota: Do You Doubt Me Traitor

If 2017's All Bitches Die was the breakthrough album that put Lingua Ignota on the map of dark, heavy and avant garde music for its unnerving beauty, it all looks like Caligula is going to be the record that establishes the artist as one of the greatest of her kind.

The extremely bleak and totally instinctive, Do You Doubt Me Traitor, becomes the second offering surfacing off the coming record. A gut-wrenching, and at times terrifying epic, the song showcases Kristin Hayter’s intuitiveness and vision in all their grim glory, and it comes through very much imposing, instituted on a hair-raising vocal performance, a fair amount of dramatics and theatricality, and the cold and forlorn poetry of its lyrical content.

Caligula will be released on July 19th, 2019 on Profound Lore Records, and by all means it emerges like a fully realized and compelling work, worth diving deep into.

Lingua Ignota — On Tour:
September 9 Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
September 10 Detroit, MI @ Deluxx Fluxx
September 11 Toronto, ON @ Baby G
September 12 Montreal, QC @ La Vitrola
September 13 Providence, RI @ The Columbus Theater w/ The Body
September 14 Hudson, NY @ Basilica Soundscape
September 15 Brooklyn, NY @ Public Records
September 17 Philadelphia, PA @ PhilMOCA

September 27 Amsterdam, NL @ de Brakke Grond *
September 28 Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso *
October 7 Krakow, PL @ Unsound Festival
November 8 Austin, TX @ LEVITATION / Empire
November 25 Los Angeles, CA @ Zebulon
November 26 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill

* w/ Amenra


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