On November 4, The Breathless Sleep conducted an interview with guitarist Exo of Spanish black/death metallers NOCTEM in Valencia. You can now watch the chat below.
NOCTEM's sophomore album, "Oblivion", was released in June via Rising Records. The follow-up to 2009's "Divinity" was recorded at Ultrasound Studios 2 in Portugal with producer Daniel Cardoso (ANGELUS APATRIDA, AVA INFERI, ANNEKE VAN GIERSBERGEN) and features cover artwork by by Marcelo Vasco, the Brazilian designer who previously worked on "Divinity" as well as with bands like DIMMU BORGIR, DARK FUNERAL, SATYRICON, BELPHEGOR, GORGOROTH and many more.
According to a press release, the second part of the trilogy that started with "Divinity" is "the hardest, fastest and darkest opus from NOCTEM to date." The CD is a "logical progression of the last album, full of new nuances and based in a darker sound and a more complex composition."
"The Arrival Of The False Gods" video:
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