Carnifex release music video for ‘Torn In Two’

Deathcore juggernaut CARNIFEX released their latest album Necromanteum last fall followed by a U.S. run in support of the new music. Continuing the momentum, the band is kicking off the new year with a music video for the single ‘Torn In Two’ followed by a European/UK run this March and a U.S. tour in May.

CARNIFEX‘s Scott Ian Lewis states,

We had an amazing time on the Necromanteum US tour and we’re happy to catch some of the good times on that tour in this ‘Torn In Two’ music video.

Watch the music video for ‘Torn In Two’ directed by Tyler Kosec and Nox Nohi, here: 

Purchase or stream Necromanteum on all platforms, here:

This Spring, CARNIFEX will showcase tracks from their latest record, Necromanteum, to European and UK fans for the first time. The band will be joined by labelmates ABORTED, as well as REVOCATION and VEXED.

Necromanteum EU/UK Tour 2024

16.03.24 DE – Köln / Essigfabrik
17.03.24 DE – Berlin / SO36
19.03.24 SE – Stockholm / Slaktkyrkan
20.03.24 SE – Gothenburg / Brewhouse
21.03.24 DK – Copenhagen / Amager Bio
22.03.24 NL – Hengelo / Metropool GZ
23.03.24 UK – London / Electric Brixton
24.03.24 UK – Manchester / Club Academy
25.03.24 UK – Bristol / SWX
27.03.24 FR – Paris / Le Machine Du Rouge
28.03.24 BE – Sint-Niklaas / Casino
29.03.24 CH – Pratteln / Z7
30.03.24 DE – Karlsruhe / Substage
31.03.24 DE – Munich / Technikum
01.04.24 IT – Milan / Legend
02.04.24 AT – Vienna / Arena
03.04.24 CZ – Prague / Palac Akropolis
04.04.24 PL – Wrocław / Zaklęte Rewiry
05.04.24 DE – Leipzig / Hellraiser
06.04.24 DE – Hamburg / Markthalle

Tickets for all dates are available at:

CARNIFEX recently released their latest album, Necromanteum, through Nuclear Blast Records. The album is available to stream and purchase on various formats at

The recording process for Necromanteum took place over the course of several weeks with producer Jason Suecof in Florida and saw the return of live drums since COVID-19 restrictions made doing so on Graveside Confessions impossible. Mastered by Mark Lewis in Nashville, TN, the album was also co-produced by vocalist Scott Ian Lewis and drummer Shawn Cameron. The cover artwork glows with an emerald and lavender fog; a ghostly energy erupting from the depths of a cemetery. Designed by renowned comic book artist E.M. Gist, this gateway represents the questions we ask about what lies on the other side of reality. 

Decades ago, wealthy intellectuals began installing psychomanteum in their homes; a secret room completely filled with mirrors, or a single mirror, and in complete darkness, in order to speak to the dead in other dimensions, and gain their knowledge. It was often used as a healing tool to help dissolve grief or considered a form of prophecy. Necromanteum presents the concept: What if you could use that kind of room to speak with death, itself? What secrets of the world could you uncover from a direct conversation with the grim reaper? Not a monster, but a fellow intellect.

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