French Doom/Sludge outfit SUBTERRAEN announce Rotten Human Kingdom

When was the last time you felt the angst of submerging yourself in a musical experience that took chunks of your soul away? Been a while? Well, French blackened sludge/doom metal band Subterraen are pretty keen on reminding you how little you actually know of the feeling anyway, withthe release their of their diabolical full length, ‘Rotten Human Kingdom’.  If you like the musical stylings of bands such as Eremit and Jupiterian, this is a band you must definitely acquaint yourself with, and the album  is  something to surely keep a look out for. You could check out their track here on Bandcamp and here on YouTube

Subterraen (France) – Rotten Human Kingdom (November 20th, 2020)

Genre – Blackened Sludge​/​Doom Metal 
Release Date – November 20th, 2020
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records

For fans of -Eremit, Jupiterian, Lurk, Eyehategod, Neurosis, 71TonMan, Conan, Primitive Man

French sludge/doom metal band Subterraen carry the torch of the style on the label, following the ponderous steps of the giants Eremit and Jupiterian. In comparison however, they add their own blackened grit and weighed down heaviness to the proceedings, crafting 10+ minute songs narrating epic, anguish-ridden tales of the slow destruction of the planet and sowing seeds of the inexorable vengeance of mother nature. The emotions are palpable not only in the harrowing cries of the vocalist but also from the palpitating, heaving music that functions as the body of this ancient beast. There is an honest rawness to it all and a dank, earthly vibe that resonates with the sandalwood fragrance emanating from the physical products, with a wooden, coffin-shaped box to go with it. From ashes to ashes, from dust to dust.

Band lineup –
Clem Helvete – Guitar and Vocals
Chris KKP – Guitar
Milvus – Drums

Artwork by Adam Burke (LurkCoexistenceAtræ Bilis)

Track listing –

1. Blood for the Blood Gods
2. For a Fistful of Silver
3. Oceans are Rising
4. Wrath of a Downtrodden Planet

Subterraen Bandcamp

Transcending Obscurity Site

Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel

Transcending Obscurity Records Facebook

Subterraen Facebook

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