Black Metallers IMPETUS MALIGNUM Re-Emerge With New Lineup And Video

Disarmoneous, founder member and creative force behind Brazilian black metallers IMPETUS MALIGNUM, has reformed the band with new members Mortiferous (bass), Impious (drums) and Perversus (guitar). A new video, as well as three new tracks, are available for download on the band's official MySpace page. The video, for the "Condemned Soul" track from the forthcoming album "When Darkness Devours the Light", is one of several Disarmoneous has been working on during the band's recent hiatus, and it is hoped that once a label has been found, the videos can be incorporated into the album release in some way.

Aside from vocals and guitars for IMPETUS MALIGNUM, Disarmoneous is also frontman for the death metal band LUCTIFERU, but he makes it very clear that his priority is bringing IMPETUS MALIGNUM to a larger audience. "It's time for us to try and break into Europe, and I'm aware of the challenge this poses," he says. "There is a very blinkered outlook towards anything in the black metal genre that doesn't come from Scandinavia. It's not all that easy for European bands either, which is a pity, because at the end of the day any band should stand or fall on its musical merit, regardless of where it comes from. But I believe that the band is now ready for the challenge and I'm certainly driven enough to try."


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