TENEBRAE IN PERPETUUM: New Album Details Revealed
Italian black metallers TENEBRAE IN PERPETUUM will release their third album, "L'Eterno Maligno Silenzio", on September 25 via Debemur Morti Productions. The CD was recorded and mixed at Necropalace Studio, and was mastered at 322 Studio.
A press release reads: "On 'L'Eterno Maligno Silenzio', enigmatic Italian Illuminates daub their black rites across a richer, more expansive canvas than hitherto. Supplemented by the ordination of new vocalist Ildanach, the high priests of sombre psalms merge the darkest shades from the colour spectrum into a frenetic fusion teeming with mystical magnificence and dissonant grandeur."
"L'Eterno Maligno Silenzio" track listing:
01. Percepire La Luce Attraverso Il Sepolcro
02. L'Eterno Maligno Silenzio
03. Dissoluzione In Preghiera
04. Incubo Rosso Cupo
05. Il Morto Cthulhu Aspetta Sognando
06. Dei Corpi Silenti
07. Rapitemi, Anime Della Natura
08. Oltre I Confini Umani
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