Deathcore veterans Carnifex are preparing to release their upcoming album, World War X, but before then they’re releasing a killer new track with a special guest.

Their new song "No Light Shall Save Us" arrives with a feature from Arch Enemy vocalist Alissa White-Gluz and an accompanying video.

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Vocalist Scott Ian Lewis called the new track "the perfect start to your journey through World War X.”

“Collaborating with Alissa on ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ was a joy from the start. Alissa was able to elevate the song with a dynamic that’s completely new for Carnifex. There is a melody and depth on ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ unlike any previous Carnifex song," says Lewis.

Adding onto Lewis' comments, White-Gluz says “With ‘No Light Shall Save Us‘ I think Carnifex and I have been able to create a really special piece. The video shoot was an incredible experience and from the second I read the lyrics and heard Scott’s vision for the song I knew I could really build on it and express myself. I’m excited to share this with the world!”

You can check out the new video in the player below.

The new record will also feature Angel Vivaldi on the track "All Roads Lead To Hell."

World War X is dropping on August 2 via Nuclear Blast. Carnifex will be out on tour all summer long as part of the Summer Slaughter Tour with Cattle Decapitation, the Faceless, Rivers of Nihil and more.

Lewis also made a stop by APTV a couple years ago to discuss the state of deathcore and the future of the band. You can watch that in the player below.

What do you think of the new Carnifex track? Let us know in the comments below.

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