Crystal Castles have shared a new song today (July 2), called "Deicide," which you can listen to below. Crystal Castles, formerly the duo of Ethan Kath and Alice Glass, is now just Kath, after Glass left the band in 2014, making the announcement in a no-nonsense tweet:

Kath has since decided to continue Crystal Castles without Glass, and released a new song, "Frail," back in April. The upload was accompanied  by a statement, which, before it was edited, read:

I wish my former vocalist the best of luck in her future endeavors. I think it can be empowering for her to be in charge of her own project. It should be rewarding for her considering she didn’t appear on Crystal Castles’ best known songs, (she’s not on”Untrust Us,” “Not In Love,” “Vanished,” “Crimewave,” “Vietnam,” “Magic Spells,” “Knights,” “Air War,” “Leni,” “Lovers Who Uncover,” “Violent Youth,” “Reckless,” “Year of Silence,” “Intimate,” “1991,” “Good Time,” “Violent Dreams” etc.). People often gave her credit for my lyrics and that was fine, I didn’t care.

'Decide' features a vocalist only referred to as "Edith", which some fans have speculated is Kath manipulating his own vocals.

Crystal Castles – 'Deicide' (Official Audio)