Iceage Announce 'Plowing Into Fields Love' LP With Dark 'Forever' Video

Copenhagen punks jam with an old man for third-album cut

Dan Reilly

Following their rockabilly-flavored single "The Lord's Favorite," Iceage are back with news of their third album and a dark tune called "Forever." The Danish punk quartet will release Plowing Into the Field of Love on October 7 via Matador, and to announce the occasion, the band enters semi-Joy Division mode in their new video, jamming in a dark room with an old man who contributes violin and trumpet. It's all brooding and anger from frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, but what else would you expect after 2013's excellent You're Nothing? Watch the video above and check out the album's violence-hinting cover below.

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