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.
First album ot the band after the post-black metal evolution.
Fast and massive riffs merge with soft and comtemplative acoustic and post rock passaged.
For fans of Alcest, Vallendusk, Agalloch and Deafheaven.
WOWS is a six soldiers army fighting against everything and nothing and following light and darkness.
‘Ver Sacrum’ is a path through destruction, emptiness and rebirth.
Cover artwork by Paolo Girardi.
Formed in Italy in 2015, the band started to shape its mixture of atmospheric post metal and black metal riffs. The result of these four years of gigs and struggles is the new release Eclipses from the Duat, out on October 25th, 2019 via Epidemic Records, Shove Records and the Danish Rakkerpak Records. The new album is a step forward from the previous one, Ashes, in terms of darkness and heaviness.
7" collaboration EP (not a split) between two of Italy's heaviest sludge/doom bands: Abaton from Forli' and Viscera/// from Cremona.
Released by Sentient Ruin Laboratories, Bare Teeth Records, L'é Tütt Folklor Records, Drown Within Records, Unquiet Records, Dio Drone, Hypershape Records.
FFO: Unearthly Trance, Mantar, Coffinworm
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.
Eremite (Genoa, Italy) is the solo band of Fabio Cuomo.. “Dragonarius” is the name of an ancient lake near Genoa, now completely dried up, where Fabio’s home rises and where he wrote and played the whole album, by himself, simply recording the music he wanted to listen to.
Erimite’s sound is highly influenced by the grim atmospheres of bands like Neurosis, Yob, Wolves in The Throne Room and Dissection. It is characterised by massive riffs, ever-evolving into black metal openings and nodder doom riffs, with a taste of classic music.