Japanese-themed doom metal band ET MORIEMUR unveil new song via Doomed and Stoned

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Artwork by Samantha Dibattista

Czech doom metal band Et Moriemur are doing something special on their latest full length, going for a Japanese theme this time around and employing various exotic instruments to achieve that. They manage to create a seamless record of some of the finest and most refreshing music you’ll hear in this style. Listen to this fascinating song premiered by Doomed and Stoned HERE

“Translating as something like, “Mountain of Soul,” the new record explores Japanese place and legend as witnessed through outsiders’ eyes.”


– “If there is ever truly a perfect album going to be released this year, it is Et Moriemur’s “Tamashii No Yama.”” – 
Metal Temple (Greece) 10/10

– “the most immaculate, competitive and detailed records of 2022” – 
Metal Purgatory (US) 9/10

– “delightfully original” – 
The Independent Voice (UK) 4.5/5

– “one of the year’s best performances” – 
Head-Banger Reviews (US)

– “weave exotic and enticing melodies” – 
No Clean Singing (US)

– “convey meditative depth” – 
Toilet ov Hell (US)

– “Et Moriemur have gone above and beyond on this release and it’s a privilege to lose yourself in their amber waves of sound” – 
Two Guys Metal Reviews (US)

– “do an exceptional job” – 
Dioses Del Metal (Spain)

Et Moriemur (Czechia)- Tamashii No Yama (Atmospheric Doom/Black Metal)

Genre – Atmospheric Doom​/​Black Metal
Release Date – April 8th, 2021
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records
For fans of – Evoken, Sigh, Rotting Christ, Septicflesh, My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost

Czech doom metal band Et Moriemur set new standards for themselves with their previous Greek-themed album ‘Epigrammata’ which borrowed elements of death and black metal and flawlessly integrated them in their unique brand of atmospheric doom metal. This time they’re exploring Japanese themes and have frankly outdone themselves. It’s rare to come across bands that are constantly reinventing themselves without losing their core sound and Et Moriemur are doing just that and taking the sound ahead in ways previously unimagined. An album to be heard from start to finish, it makes you experience various moods and sounds, having employed the services of several musicians in addition to their own, playing traditional instruments such as shakuhachi and others like cello, harp, violin and more. For the next quarter of an hour, you’re transported to a different land, imagining a different era, and you remain mesmerized by the seamlessly transitioning music with plenty of variations and fascinating new elements. The blend of genres is immaculate and none of it feels even remotely forced or out of place. Truly, Et Moriemur may have created a new sound which they’ve only perfected over here. They remain in a league of their own, in competition with only themselves.

Line up –
Et Moriemur line up:
Zdeněk Nevělík – Vocals, piano
Aleš Vilingr – Guitars
Honza Tlačil – Guitars
Karel “Kabrio” Kovářík – Bass
Michal “Datel” Rak – Drums

Guest musicians:
Tomáš Mařík – Drums on Otsuki
Honza Kapák – Acoustic guitar
Zuzana Králová – Violin and choirs
Andrea Michálková – Cello
Marek Matvija – Shakuhachi
Zdeněk Janeček – Viola
Markéta Budková – Harp

Track list –
1. Haneda
2. Sagami
3. Oshima
4. Izu
5. Nagoya
6. Otsuki
7. Takamagahara

Et Moriemur Bandcamp

Transcending Obscurity Site

Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel

Transcending Obscurity Facebook

Transcending Obscurity Instagram

Et Moriemur Facebook

Transcending Obscurity US Store

Transcending Obscurity Europe Store

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