LOTAN release new single and video “Diabolis Victor”

Photo by Natasha Dumbledear Allen

After two fierce attacks, the seven-headed dragon LOTAN strikes again, with the third digital single from their upcoming self-titled album. 

“Diabolis Victor” follows the sound of the previously released EPs, with its aggressive sound but with a melodic focus and black’n’roll inspired riffs. The single is a spit in the face of religion and a traditional and old-school black metal themed song. The legion of the dragon – Shall again be reborn!

Check out the “Diabolis Victor” digital single or the lyric video of the song in UPRISING! Records Youtube page here. The video premiered early this week via the heavily trafficked site No Clean Singing.

“Lotan” will be released on digital and LP (black vinyl, limited to 300 units) via UPRISING! Records on March 31st, 2023.

LOTAN – Diabolis Victor (lyric video)

Lotan (Leviathan) – The seven-headed dragon and the origin of chaos who began a war against the cosmic order and gods of Mesopotamia. Lotan is a black metal act from Denmark that mixes melodic black metal and black’n’roll with an aggressive overtone. Formed by Phillip Kaaber and Martin Rubini (both members of the renowned Danish Viking metal act Vanir), and joined by Lasse Guldbæk, Andy Dragsberg, and Jon Schmidt. 

Lotan released two critically acclaimed EPs “Nihil Sacrum” and “Angelus pestis” in 2020 and 2021. And are now getting ready for yet another fierce release. This time it’s a full-length album Lotan that will be released via UPRISING! Records in early 2023. The album follows the same path as the EPs and draws its lyrical universe from a mix between satanic spiritualism, Mesopotamian myths, and existential philosophy. 

The dragon has been reborn – Lotan. 

Phillip Kaaber – guitars 
Martin Rubini – vocals
Lasse Guldbæk Jensen – bass 
Jon Schmidt – drums 
Andy Dragsberg – guitar 

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