NEGURA BUNGET: 'Curgerea Muntelui' Video Released
To accompany the upcoming vinyl single "Gind A-Prins" and to give fans a sample of what is to come on the band's next studio album, "Tau", NEGURA BUNGET — the Romanian outfit that incorporates elements of black metal, progressive metal, folk metal and dark ambient — has released a music video for its new song "Curgerea Muntelui".
"Gind A-Prins" was recorded at Negura Music studios, produced by NEGURA BUNGET and Mihai Neagoe "Mtz", and features two tracks: "Taul Fara Fund" (Abysmal Mire) and "Curgerea Muntelui" (Of The Mountain's Flow). The two songs set the tone for the band's ambitious Transilvanian Trilogy, a concept about Transilvania spanning across three albums, each of them with an additional full-length movie and its respective soundtrack. "Tau", the first part of this expansive project is scheduled for spring 2014, and while the song "Curgerea Muntelui" serves as a concrete teaser, the single features an exclusive version of it. "Taul Fara Fund" will only be featured on the single, and with its focus on ambient and world music, is a little hint at what we can expect from the soundtracks accompanying the movies.
States NEGURA BUNGET drummer Negru: "The images for the 'Curgerea Muntelui' video were filmed on various locations on Cerna and Retezat Mountains. Some studio photos were also used by the visual artist Daniel Dorobatu (who's in charge for the whole visual content of NEGURA BUNGET's upcoming trilogy) to merge into a layered and geometrical exploration of the natural elements."
The seven-inch vinyl single is limited to 500 copies and will be released by Prophecy Productions on October 4. The EP can be pre-ordered by emailing [email protected]
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