THE NIGHT ETERNAL premiere new track at NWOTHM

Today, epic metallers The Night Eternal premiere the new track “Mark of Kain” at the New Wave of Traditional Heavy Metal (NWOTHM) YouTube channel. The track hails from the band’s striking debut EP, The Night Eternal, set for international release on July 8th via Dying Victims Productions. Hear The Night Eternal‘s “Mark of Kain” in its entirety exclusively HERE.

Although The Night Eternal‘s first public recording, already, these Germans are evincing the mastery of veterans. Across their three original compositions and a reverentially poignant cover of Judas Priest’s “(Take These) Chains,” the quintet concoct a supremely powerful and stirringly moody sort of heavy metal, both traditionally pure-steel in their dynamics yet also brimming with epicness and a sort of forlorn heroism. In fact, early ’80s Judas Priest is an apt reference for The Night Eternal‘s night-prowling style, all gleaming chrome and classy, but bespeaking an ever-present darkness beneath that alluring exterior. Of course, hooks are massive as are the commanding vocals of frontman Ricardo, but it’s the chemistry among all five members of The Night Eternal that puts this beyond most other debut recordings: truly, their fire and fluidity are magick to behold!

Behold the next magick with the new track “Mark of Kain” exclusively HERE, courtesy of the NWOTHM YouTube channel. Behold the first magick with the previously revealed “Eternal Night” HERE at Dying Victims‘ official YouTube channel. Appropriately moody cover art courtesy of Brouemaster Visual Decay as well as tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for The Night Eternal’s The Night Eternal
1. Eternal Night
2. Mark Of Kain
3. Vindicta
4. (Take These) Chains [Judas Priest cover]

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