BLUT AUS NORD Signs With DEBEMUR MORTI PRODUCTIONS
French experimental black metal masters BLUT AUS NORD have inked a deal with Debemur Morti Productions. The band is currently in the studio recording its new, vinyl-only album entitled "What Once Was..." to celebrate the group's return to the "underground realm." according to a press release.
BLUT AUS NORD's latest album, "Memoria Vetusta II - Dialogue With The Stars", was released on February 23. The band's singer/guitarist Vindsval stated about the conceptual sequel to 1996's "Memoria Vetusta", "This album is extremely important for us. This time you won't find any industrial sounds or disharmonies on the album."
Formed in 1994, BLUT AUS NORD has enjoyed a steadily increasing worldwide sales and fanbase. Metal Maniacs, Terrorizer, Kerrang!, Decibel and many others commend the band's sinister sound, often likened to a metamorphis of DARKTHRONE, NEUROSIS and GODFLESH.
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