“It was a song, but not the song of any voice. Night and the spheres sang it, and it was old when space and Nyarlathotep and the Other Gods were born.” (H.P. Lovecraft)
French Black Metal entity BLUT AUS NORD has proven to be a musical chameleon throughout its existence. However, evoking an unhallowed, eerie and otherworldly sound cosmos has been vital for each release. On ‘Tales Of The Old Dreamer‘, a second track from the coming album, BLUT AUS NORD present a hypnotizing and skillfully orchestrated bleak journey into the heart of Lovecraftian horror.
To underline the atmosphere of dread, visual artist Gabriele Panci created a disturbing video for the song. Listen and watch below!
“Disharmonium – Undreamable Abysses” will be released on CD, tape (sold out), vinyl and digitally on May 20th. Initially available only as white print, there are now 4 color variants of the merch design. All are available as t-shirt (men/women), long sleeves and hooded sweatshirt. Last but not least, a woven back patch (ltd. to 100 units) and a woven patch are also available.
Pre-orders for the album and merch are possible via the label’s EU, US (no merch apart from the white print t-shirt) and Bandcamp shops.
Originating in 1994 from the ashes of VLAD (who released two demos), BLUT AUS NORD are undisputable French Black Metal pioneers, always managing to progress and move forward, evolving in perpetual mutation, developing their own vision of Black Metal.
Choosing, from the start, the total opposite path of regressive bands (who copy what others have done ten years earlier and ten times better), BLUT AUS NORD eschews all the inherent clichés belonging to the genre. BLUT AUS NORD‘s Black Metal approach is a fist in the face of mainstream mediocrity, becoming more macabre and sinister through a blend of innovative musical research, subliminal mental manipulation, and an incredible haunted, nightmarish feeling based on disharmony.
BLUT AUS NORD are creators of a hallucinogenic universe, erasing all preconceived ideas of Black Metal – and extreme music in general. They redefine the rules…