ADLIGA Try To Thaw Our Souls With ‘Kali Paciače Nieba’

Kali Paciače Nieba is a debut EP of the Belarusian post/doom-metal band Adliga (Eng: ‘thaw’). Exploring classic doom metal themes of fate, loneliness, struggle, decline and collapse, each song wraps the subjects and styles into a unique form that melts post-metal and doom-metal with lyrics inspired by Belarusian literature, folklore and poetry. Kali Paciače Nieba consists of 3 main songs and 2 instrumental bridges (Nakanavannie and Buraviesnik), sewing all the material together into one epic canvas.

Vandrounik, which means “Wanderer”, tells the story of a man roaming through the desert, searching for a better place while facing the need for water, shelter and rest. Questioning his motives and dreams, the wanderer perseveres and is eventually rewarded when the rain pours down on him.

The title song Kali Paciače Nieba, meaning “When The Sky Begins To Flow”, is an apocalyptic epic about the world rising to crush humanity, along with all its petty squabbles, its happiness and sadness, its envy and anger.

Boj, meaning “Battle”, is the final song of the EP and it’s the most violent one. It is a loose description of a confrontation between two armies, from its ominous beginning and its gloomy end.

Kali Paciače Nieba | Released December 1st, 2020 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Vandroŭnik | 02. Nakanavannie | 03. Kali Pacіače Nіeba | 04. Buraviesnik | 05. Boj

All music by Adliga, Nakanavannie and Buraviesnik by Sergey Marsov
Words on Vandroŭnik by Kate Sidelova and Uladzimir Burylau, Kali Paciače Nieba & Boj by Artem Voronko
Recorded on Red~Wave recording studio, Studio 9, Marsov Sound
Mixed & mastered by Marsov Sound
Artwork & design by Volha Piwonska

Adliga are:
Kate Sidelova – Vocals | Uladzimir Burylau – Guitars/Vocals | Ignat Pomazkov – Guitars | Roman Petrashkevich – Bass | Artem Voronko – Drums

Band links: Facebook | VK | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | On Sliptrick

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