Cvlt Nation premiere ‘Earthling Bloodline’ by sludge/doom giants JUPITERIAN

Doom enthusiasts, here’s reason to rejoice. Cvlt Nation has premiered Brazilian doom/sludge overlords Jupiterian’s release of an obliterating official video for their Earthling Bloodline track. It’s an age of immensely immersive art and entertainment, and music videos like the one we are sharing with you today delve into the the dark, angst-ridden recesses of the mind, both musically and visually. It suffices to say, the audiovisual presentation is simultaneously both, a treat to relish, and an overdose to settle down into. You can watch the video and read what Cvlt Nation had to say about the track AT THIS LINK. An excerpt –

“Earthling Bloodline” inspires me with the fear and fragility of the human race, and makes me think about how many of us are clawing our way through life in a state of constant terror and paranoia and how that mentality serves our overlords so well.”

The track is from the band’s ‘Protosapien’ album (releasing 11 September, 2020), reviews for which you can read below:

– “Fans of doom, atmospheric and sludge MUST pay attention to Jupiterian” – Headbangers (Brazil) 10/10

– “just so goddamn HEAVY!” – Metal-Temple 9/10

– “is one of the best albums ever released in style by a Brazilian band” – Lucifer Rising 9.5/10

“as close to flawless as a record of such magnitude can get.”- The Metal Wanderlust (US) 5/5

– “manage to hook you immediately” – Dargedik (Peru) 8.3/10

– “one of the more impressive sludge metal records that I have heard in a good long while” – Two Guys Metal Reviews (US)

– “an emotional siphon that spellbinds as it smothers.” Invisible Oranges (US)

– “is a monolithic juggernaut of unrelenting power and thunderous impact”- BEST METAL TRACK OF JUNE 2020 – Treblezine (US)

– “an eclectic but thematically structured album” – Antichrist Magazine (Ukraine)

– “like a black memory, a nightmare that suddenly came to life”
– Deadly Storm Zine (Czech Republic)

– “a real heavyweight for year-end lists” – Headbanger Reviews (US)

– “If you only hear one record this year, make it ‘Protosapien’” – The Killchain (UK)

– “combines sensations of derangement and desolation” – No Clean Singing (US)

– “is a masterful work of heaviness and a powerful album” – Doomed and Stoned (US)

– “oppressive, monolithic doom” – The Obelisk (US)

Jupiterian (Brazil) – Protosapien (September 11th, 2020)

Genre – Atmospheric Sludge/Doom/Death Metal
Release Date – September 11th, 2020
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records

For fans of – Eremit, Loss, Primitive Man, Gaerea, Bell Witch, Krypts, Deathspell Omega, My Dying Bride

Jupiterian are back after releasing their groundbreaking album ‘Terraforming’ which was akin to the sound of tectonic plates shifting. In the aftermath of that event, a new revelation has been unearthed – their magnum opus ‘Protosapien’. It slices through the ominous atmospheric murk of the band’s previous effort and in an almost primitive yet strangely evolved manner, goes for the jugular. Jupiterian rise as a mythical creature, imbibing everything that transpired and distilling it all to create something highly potent, dense and sonically immeasurable. This is the sound of titans. Jupiterian have created a form of harrowing, otherworldly sludge/doom metal that lumbers on erratically, carving their own path, trampling on anything that dares stand in their way. There is little left to do other than cower in fear. Bow down before your new overlords. 

Band lineup –
G – Drums
R – Bass
A – Guitar
V – Guitars, Vocals and Synths

Artwork by Mariusz Lewandowski (EremitBell Witch)

Track listing –
1. Stardust Solitude
2. Orphans
3. Haven
4. The Lighthouse Keeper
5. Straits of Devotion
6. Pilgrim
7. Kingdom of Ruins
8. Brave

Official Bandcamp

Transcending Obscurity Site

Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel

Transcending Obscurity Records Facebook

Jupiterian Facebook

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