01:47 - !J.O.O.E.! Although I said I'd never get another tattoo (mainly because I'm sick of the sight of them as everyone in Brighton has one) I kind of want a small sulfur symbol below my armpit. Cliche, but bite me.
01:43 - Clintagram I'd like a Dr. Manhattan tattoo on my forehead. Not really, but that would be badass on someone else. Or maybe just Dr. Manhattan.
01:39 - Shinkiro I'd give my left nut for a sleeve like this: [link]
01:34 - !J.O.O.E.! I have a serotonin tattoo so I'm certainly not judging.
01:32 - Redn1ght And the one with the circle and the polyhedrons... Lol, geeks.
01:32 - !J.O.O.E.! I meant the designs all look like djent album cover pictures. Pretty hisptery to me.
01:31 - Karlabos Nice. Im on rank 160k but I dunno how accurate is that. My accuracy sucks. Actually I stay happy when I score an A =p
Today has been filled with news of new releases and here is another one. This time, you can start preparing yourself for the new Blut Aus Nord album called Memoria Vetusta III - Saturnian Poetry. The epic artwork and tracklist have been unveiled and by the way, they are available now below. So, go ahead and take a look at that.
French black metallers Blut Aus Nord recently released their new split with P.H.O.B.O.S. via Debemur Morti Productions and if you still haven't listened to it, now it's your chance. The entire release, which includes three tracks from each band, is currently available to be enjoyed fully on the Soundcloud player below (courtesy of CVLT Nation). Why wait? Dive in!
Blut Aus Nord have shared some new music from their impending split with P.H.O.B.O.S. You can listen to their 7-minute brand new song "De Librio Arbitrio" taken from Triunity. But that is not all. The song "Ahrimanic Impulse Victory" from P.H.O.B.O.S. is also available to stream online. All you have to do is enjoy both of the songs available right here below.
Vindsval and company are keeping themselves busy as usual. Now the black metallers Blut Aus Nord have announced a new split album with industrial doomsters P.H.O.B.O.S. The split is titled Triunity and will feature three tracks from both bands released by Debemur Morti Productions on the 20th of June in Europe (24th in North America). All the details are available below.
By now, you've probably heard something about Debemur MoRTi, a special release to mark the 100th release and ten-year anniversary of the label Debemur Morti Productions. It contains three exclusive tracks from ground-breaking black metallers Blut Aus Nord. The exclusive music was specifically written and recorded by Blut Aus Nord and is both a celebration of the past and a glimpse of the future. You can now stream Debemur MoRTi in full at this location. Enjoy!
777 - Cosmosophy, the third and final part of the "777" trilogy from French metallers Blut Aus Nord is currently streaming in its entirety and exclusively at this location. Don't miss out. The new album 777 - Cosmosophy will be released in North America on October 9th and in rest of the world on September 21st under Debemur Morti Productions.
French metallers Blut Aus Nord have revealed a teaser trailer online for the band's new upcoming release 777 - Cosmosophy, which will be released in North America on October 9th and in rest of the world on September 21st.
Debemur Morti Productions has issued the following announcement about the delay in the release of the new album from French black metallers Blut Aus Nord: "Let's get rid of the bad news first: contrary to recently mentioned on our Facebook page, the last chapter of the '777' trilogy won't be released in May. Vindsval thinks the album isn't excellent enough and will work further on it. It is absolutely vital that 777 - Cosmosophy represents a fitting denouement to the trilogy. If all goes according to plan, it will be out at the end of September."
Pitchfork is now streaming French black metallers Blut Aus Nord's new album entitled 777 - The Desanctification in its entirety at this location. This album is the second part of the "777" trilogy and marks Blut Aus Nord's eleventh studio release.
The title, artwork and full tracklisting of the second part of the groundbreaking Blut Aus Nord trilogy are finally revealed. Recorded, mixed & mastered at Earthsound Studio, 777 - The Desanctification captures the shocking aftermath of mankind's liberation from the constraints of culture, history and superstition. The amazing artwork is courtesy of French artist Valnoir from Metastazis.
French metallers Blut Aus Nord will release their new album, 777 - Sect(s), on April 18 (April 19 in North America) via Debemur Morti Productions. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered at Earthsound Studio. The artwork was created by Chilean artist Daniel Valencia from Fenomeno Design and can be viewed below:
A new track from French experimental black metal masters Blut Aus Nord entitled "The Formless Sphere (Beyond The Reason)" is available for streaming on the Candlelight Records MySpace page. The song comes off the band's new album, "Memoria Vetusta II - Dialogue With The Stars", which is scheduled for release on February 23.
Commented the band's singer/guitarist Vindsval: "This album is extremely important for us, we have already composed two amazing songs in the majestuous vein of 'Fathers Of The Icy Ages'. This time you won't find any industrial sounds or disharmonies on the album.
According to Candlelight, "twelve years later, you can hope an ambitious and massive piece of epic, technical and progressive black metal."
French dark metallers Blut Aus Nord have announced the tracklisting for their forthcoming album, "Memoria Vetusta II - Dialogue With The Stars", which will be released later this year through Candlelight Records:
01. Disciple's Libration (Lost In The Nine Worlds)
02. Antithesis Of The Flesh (...And Then Arises A New Essence)
03. The Alcove Of Angels (Vipassana)
04. ...The Meditant (Dialogue With The Stars)
05. Acceptance (Aske)
06. Translucent Body Of Air (Sutta Anapanasati)
07. The Formless Sphere (Beyond The Reason)
08. The Cosmic Echoes Of Non-Matter (Immaterial Voices Of The Fathers)
09. Elevation (The Dawn Of The Gods)