New Savage Messiah track released - Minority of One

With every inbox message. With every dribble of information. With every teaser of a song. I. Am. Hooked. SAVAGE MESSIAH have stepped up the game with THE FATEFUL DARK. Not slated for release until March 10 in Europe and March 18 in the USA on Earache Records. 

SAVAGE MESSIAH frontman DAVE SILVER comments:

"The title for this song comes from a famous saying by Ghandi, who said that even if you're in a minority of one, the truth is the truth.  Which is a good message to people about breaking the mould and not getting sucked into 'group think' mentality.  Standing up for what's objectively right and not compromising for the sake of social acceptance.  Musically, this is my favourite Savage Messiah track ever; we've managed to marry the thrash and heavy metal elements into a cohesive track, which is catchy and melodic, but still fast and thrashy.  Enjoy!" 

"Minority of One"


THE FATEFUL DARK is available to pre-order now from the Earache Webstore on CD with an exclusive bonus disc featuring 3 cover tracks, and is also available on limited edition coloured vinyl LP including a bonus 10" vinyl featuring 4 cover tracks.

Pre-order the album now from the Earache Webstore in Europe athttp://webstore.earache.com/savage-messiah or in North America athttp://uswebstore.earache.com/savage-messiah

Pre-order THE FATEFUL DARK on iTunes including 3 bonus cover tracks and 3 instant grat tracks at http://bit.ly/fatefuldarkitunes

See SAVAGE MESSIAH on tour at the following shows:


February 25 - London, UK - Borderline
March 05     - York, UK - Fibbers
March 06     - Glasgow, UK - Audio
March 07     - Manchester, UK - Sound Control
March 08     - Wolverhampton, UK - Slade Rooms
April 19       - Norwich, UK - Thrashersaurus Festival

Get more SAVAGE MESSIAH news and info at:

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/SavageMessiahMetal
Twitter - http://twitter.com/savagemessiah

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