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  • Genre: Post Black Metal
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Naga ‎– Inanimate - CD

Blackened Doom Metallers NAGA back with a new improved version of "Inanimate", previously available only on Vinyl through Lay Bare recordings. This edition will feature a new Master specifically crafted for the CD format and an exclusive brand NEW track.

FFO: Unearthly Trance, Mantar, Coffinworm

Seventh Genocide ‎– SVNTH - CD

With its 30 minutes of lenght, the band’s new effort is a really solid and dynamic EP showing Seventh Genocide’s most metal side plunging into a tunnel of endless ambient, dark folk-oriented and post-rock-ish layers.
SVNTH gives a completely new birth to some of the band’s old material and offers new tunes as well, creating a stunning combination of melodic intertwinings, abrasive distortions and atmospherically brooding overtures.

Eremite – All Things Merge Into One - CD

Eremite (Genoa, Italy) started as the solo project of Fabio Cuomo, soon evolving into a band with their sophomore album "All Things Merge Into One", featuring Fabio Cuomo (drums, vocals), Giulia Piras (bass) and Leandro Scotto (guitar also in Synodik).

Eremite consists of a thick wall of sludge riffs permeated of atmospheric black metal and a taste of classical music.

Sol Sistere – Extinguished Cold Light - CD-Digi

Atmospheric Black Metal band from Chile.

“Extinguished Cold Light” represents a different world, a universe of burning hatred and bitterness, where the only way forward is to stumble on through the dark. Perhaps though, the blazing majesty can help you find the way home...

Issued in a 6-panel Digipak with a 12-page booklet.

For fans of: Drudkh, Altar Of Plagues, Dawn, Woodensthrone

Violet Cold – kOsmik - CD-Digi

Violet Cold is one-man studio project from Azerbaijan started by Emin Guliyev in 2013.

kOsmik draws influence from so many different genres, starting off with pure post-rock in the vein of Lights Out Asia and other US references, slowly guitars become sharper and sharper, blackgaze and post-black metal kick in, and kOsmik takes off and simply leaves this planet. The succession between genres is natural and smooth, and the final track, a rearrangement of Bach's Air from the orchestral suite no. 3 in D major BWV 1068, feels a weird yet perfect conclusion to the Azeri's journey. 

Avantgarde Music is pleased to release the physical edition of kOsmik, which was originally published digitally earlier this year.