Countless Goodbyes released a new music video & single from their upcoming album!

Countless Goodbyes released a new music video & single from their upcoming album!


Countless Goodbyes announces their genesis, introducing a new surprising sound to fans and lovers of metal and rock with the release of their long-awaited debut album, Cycles.

The forthcoming record is set to be released on April 19th, 2019 by Inverse Records.

The second single ‘Faith in Me’ from the upcoming album is released today.

Watch Faith in Me music video:

Vocalist Onni Kivikaarre comments:

“The song is about relationships and self-examination; rethinking what really matters. It’s about sacrifices, learning to let go and to say goodbye.”

Cycles is composed of 10 tracks.

The album will introduce a new style to the band’s music, since the band has added a lot of clean singing in to their songs to support the heavier screams.

On the album, the band’s new singer, Onni Kivikaarre, among other topics is singing about the present course of the world toward potential man-made ruin which the cover art of Cycles refers to.

Cycles will bring something new to the lovers of metal music by introducing compelling melodies, heavy riffs and punchy hooks.

Band Countless Goodbyes reincarnated in 2017, when their new singer moved to Finland from Germany to record Cycles and start his singing career in Countless Goodbyes.

Countless Goodbyes have shared stages with metalcore-giants such as Asking Alexandria and August Burns Red.

Cycles is the most striking release of Countless Goodbyes to date.


PRE SAVE Cycles album on Spotify:

Listen to Faith in Me single:





Apple Music:



Track List

1. The Fallen

2. Butterfly Effect

3. Faith In Me

4. Memories Left Behind

5. Enemy

6. Hiding From Myself

7. Are You With Me

8. Who We Are

9. No Escape

10. Hourglass

Album cover by: Petri Lampela


Jancarlo Rodriguez – Guitar

André Rodriguez – Drums

Ilari Ukkola – Guitar

Lauri Lilja – Bass

Onni Kivikaarre – Vocals


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