WATCH: Pvris Release New Cryptic Video

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As previously reported, a few days ago Pvris did something unexpected and sent fans mysterious letters, and proceeded to delete absolutely everything from their social media accounts, including every tweet from their official twitter account and every Instagram photo from their official Instagram account.

Every photo, but one (pictured below).

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Naturally, Pvris’ fanbase went into a frenzy and began speculating absolutely every outcome that could arise from this shocking event. One of the more prominent rumors floating around seems to be the possibility of a new album, after a rather interesting tweet made by radio host Daniel P. Carter was made.

View the tweet below:

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The tweet was made after a follower of Carter’s tweeted to him in regards to playing Pvris’ music on air.

As reported by Upset Magazine, fans have now also begun to receive packages at random in the mail from PVRIS. Fans who have received the random packages are unsure why or how they are receiving these, but anyone who has purchased VIP tickets or merch items from the bands web store in the past seem to be on the bands radar for these cryptic goodies.

The cryptic note fans have been receiving in the mail reads:

“We regret to inform you that the contents of this envelope bear unfortunate information and instructions regarding the second full length record of the band PVRIS.”

“In Loving Remembrance of PVRIS, Birth: November 4th, 2014 Rebirth:

My life closed twice before its close; It yet remains to see If Immortality unveil A third event to me, So huge, so hopeless to conceive, As these that twice befell. Parting is all we know of heaven, And all we need of hell. -E.D.”

The “rebirth” date as mentioned in the note has been scribbled out, which has lead to die-hard Pvris fans speculating the release of a new album released on the death date of Emily Dickinson – the author of the poem sent to fans.

Emily Dickinson passed away May 15, 1886.

Now, just minutes ago Pvris posted a new cryptic video on their YouTube account titled “All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell” that shows female vocalist Lynn Gunn being followed by two black figures throughout what seems like a never-ending hallway.

What does this mean? We have a feeling you’ll soon find out.

View the haunting video below:

As an established Writer and Photographer from Brisbane, Australia, she respects the daily grind, and attempts to lace readers with a mutual love for music of all genre. While respectively being published in So Raspy, Blunt Magazine and Hysteria Magazine, among other blogs throughout her career, She now brings her raw, uncut and informative writing style to The Sickest. Instagram: @carleymariemedia