Ex-NAGLFAR Singer Signs North American Deal With PROFOUND LORE
Profound Lore Records has signed an exclusive North American deal with Swedish death/black metal act PROFUNDI, which is the sole vision of ex-NAGLFAR vocalist Jens Ryden. With PROFUNDI, Ryden has come forth with an abysmal, primal, chaotic, and ultimately brutal musical vision and has musically thrusted his musical talents even further within the depths. PROFUNDI sees Ryden handling all instruments as Ryden claims that PROFUNDI is a whole new enigma onto its own that separates itself from anything he has done in the past. Ryden explains: "For me, this is how I want extreme music to sound like, a progression of what I alone can only accomplish. With PROFUNDI, it's about thinking of a song as a whole unit, not just a bunch of riffs in a row that fit into each other. PROFUNDI is a unique project and I prefer not to compare it with my previous stuff, of course because there is a huge difference…"
Look for "The Omega Rising" to pierce the light sometime mid-late November. But in the meantime, check out an MP3 sample of the track "Split-Tounged" at this location.
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