Goth metal superheroes Beseech are releasing their sixth studio album today, via Despotz Records and are celebrating by giving their fans the chance to listen to it track by track for free through Cryptic Rock.

Their first album in a decade, ‘My Darkness, Darkness’ sees band founder Klas Bohlin switching from guitars to lead vocals (shared with Angelina Sahlgren Soder) and delivering a stormer of an album, picking up where 2002’s ‘Souls Highway’ left off. Lyrically the eleven song affair can be best described as a theme of stories from a desolated borderland, where we live in symbiosis with the darkness and the light. “Constantly we want to be reminded of our good deeds and bright memories, while we are silent about the diseases, tragedies and losses,” Bohlin says.

Beseech will treat their hometown audience to a live performance – their first in over ten years – tonight at Boras’ Klubb Undergrunden.

‘My Darkness, Darkness,’ which is preceded by the singles, “Beating Pulse” and their cover of the classic “Highwayman” can be streamed at this location.

The album can be purchased on iTunes.