Louder magazine recently conducted an interview with vocalist Matthias Kupka of German metallers EMERGENCY GATE. You can now watch the chat below.

EMERGENCY GATE's fifth album, "You", has just been released in Europe via ZYX Music.

A video teaser for "You", featuring commentary from Mille Petrozza (KREATOR), Chris Bay (FREEDOM CALL) and Stefano Fiori (GRAVEWORM), can be seen below.

"You" track listing:

01. Mindfuck
02. Force United
03. Moshpit
04. Feeling Inside
05. Liar's Truth
06. Breathless
07. Revolution
08. You
09. Lean On Words
10. Regret
11. Back From The Grave
12. Say Goodbye
13. Dark Passenger (limited edition only)
14. Dead Down Below (limited edition only)
15. Contest The Fight (limited edition only)

EMERGENCY GATE's "Remembrance - The Early Days" EP was released on December 9, 2011 through Twilight Zone Records.


Matthias Kupka - Vocals
Vlad Doose - Guitars
Udo Simon - Guitars
Mario Lochert - Bass
Daniel Schmidle - Synths
Chris Widmann - Drums


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