Bombworks Records has announced the signing of Australian melodic progressive black metallers FEARSCAPE. The band's first release with Bombworks will be a remastered reissue of 2008's "Scent of Divine Blood", featuring brand new artwork, contain one previously unreleased track and bonus live footage.

FEARSCAPE released its original demo back in 2002, following that up with a full-length, "Sleeping in Light", in 2004, at the time playing more of a mix of thrash and death. The band continued to refine its style, leaning more toward a progressive black metal sound. After successfully supporting progressive black legends ARCTURUS in Australia on one of their last shows, the band released "Scent of Divine Blood" in 2008, a six-song, very long progressive black metal opus which has received strong reviews in the media. The songs blend softer melodies, crushing black metal, shrill and clean vocals, and progressive song structures, bringing to mind bands such as ARCTURUS, OPETH, CORONER, ENSLAVED, and IMMORTAL.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/fearscape.


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