On the eve of their first-ever show in Greece, Santura, Seraph and Morean of the German black metal band DARK FORTRESS gave an exclusive interview to Elena Mihailidou and Vasilis Mazaris of Metalzone.gr. Topics of discussion include the group's appearance in Greece, DARK FORTRESS' latest album, "Eidolon", and the feedback the band has received from fans.DARK FORTRESS's fifth full-length album, "Eidolon", was released in most of Europe in February via Century Media Records An e-card "Eidolon", can be accessed at this location. "Eidolon" is the band's first effort with new vocalist Morean, who is also responsible for the intricate lyrical concept. In its nine chapters the album describes the initiation, dehumanization and unearthly rebirth of a transcending soul by mirror magic and astral projection. An "Eidolon" is a Greek concept of an astral double of a living being or a "mirror." The concept describes a magic mirror ritual as while a person is in a trance, the surface of the mirror is used as a gate to enter a new dimension. Three songs each form the album's three chapters:
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