Last month, Deafheaven debuted the very first cut from their upcoming album, New Bermuda, and now, the band has followed suit with the LP’s penultimate track, “Come Back.” Take a listen in the video above.

“Come Back” is more than nine minutes of blistering intensity, and it proceeds New Bermuda’s equally epic, eight-minute opening cut, “Brought to the Water.” Deafheaven's George Clarke previously said the latter song sets the tone for the band's latest full-length, which addresses the monotony of adult life.

“We wanted to share ‘Brought to the Water’ first because it gives a good idea of the overall sonic tone of the record,” Clarke said in a press release, “and really evokes feelings that come with uprooting and throwing oneself into the complacent, monotonous routine of adulthood.”

The five-track New Bermuda is due out Oct. 5 via Anti- Records. It will serve as a follow-up to Deafheaven’s lauded sophomore effort, 2013’s Sunbather. You can see the complete track list and an album trailer at this location.

Shortly after New Bermuda’s arrival in stores, Deafheaven will launch a tour on Oct. 15 in San Diego, Calif. They have dates scheduled through the following month, culminating with a two-night run at the Roxy in L.A. Check out ticket information and a complete list of all the stops in-between at the band’s website.