Crystal Castles - Deicide

Back in April, Ethan Khan resurrected Crystal Castles with a new song and the announcement of a new

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Back in April, Ethan Khan resurrected Crystal Castles with a new song and the announcement of a new album. With summer finally here in full force, another new Crystal Castles song entitled “Deicide” has been released. “Deicide” finds Ethan Kath once again employing the vocals of the currently-unknown vocalist simply known as Edith, who made her debut on “Frail.” Kath has also coupled today’s drop with the following brief statement:

“A new Crystal Castles album is on the way, ‘Frail’ and ‘Deicide’ are just a peak at what’s to come.”

You can check out Crystal Castles’ latest above.

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