Today, black metal enigma Am Himmel premieres the new track “The Patience and Silence of a Saint’s Death” at Decibel magazine’s website. The track is the second to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated debut album, As Eternal As The Starless Kingdom Of Sorrow, set for international release on June 30th via Burning World Records. Hear Am Himmel‘s “The Patience and Silence of a Saint’s Death” in its entirety exclusively HERE.
Am Himmel is an ecclesiastical nightmare formed by emanations from the metaphysical voids trapped in the eternal light. A starless kingdom bereft of celestial pureness. Strange rituals in the gothic catacombs of Christianity and insanity.
Translated as “In The Sky” in German, Am Himmel is a new project from an old soul from the Netherlands, whose inspiration lies between doomy synth-based drone, raw black metal, and shoegaze. Created by JMKP, Am Himmel channels ancient and metaphysical energies through the combination of droning, eerie soundscapes with raw and buzzing black metal. There’s a sinister and unearthly atmosphere surrounding the whole record – not just from the devilish growls and shrieks, but also from the hypnotic mystical synth layers.
For those into Urfaust, Lurker of Chalice, and Xasthur, Am Himmel‘s As Eternal As The Starless Kingdom Of Sorrow should prove as essential listening.
In the meantime, hear the brand-new track “The Patience and Silence of a Saint’s Death” exclusively HERE, courtesy of Decibel, North America’s only monthly metal magazine. Also hear the previously revealed “The Fumes Of Thy Preposterous Torment” both HERE at Am Himmel‘s Bandcamp and HERE at Burning World‘s Bandcamp, where the album can also be preordered.
Tracklisting for Am Himmel’s As Eternal As The Starless Kingdom Of Sorrow
1. Bleared By The Infinite Wings [6:56]
2. The Patience And Silence Of A Saint’s Death [5:12]
3. The Virgin Wages Celestial War In The Seraphim Courts [7:22]
4. The Fumes Of Thy Preposterous Torment [6:31]
5. The Bewildered Firstling Thrusts The Knife Into Her Brother [6:25]
6. As Eternal As The Starless Kingdom Of Sorrow [5:23]