HORTUS ANIMAE: Release Date Set For 'The Blow Of Furious Winds'

Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records has set a September 12 European release date for the new album from HORTUS ANIMAE, the extreme experimental metal project of ANCIENT drummer Diego "GroM" Meraviglia. Entitled "The Blow of Furious Winds", the follow-up to the group's acclaimed 2003 debut, "Waltzing Mephisto", was recorded and mixed at Italy's Alpha-Omega Studios with producer Alex Azzali (ANCIENT) and will be issued in a double-digipack containing an enhanced "Making Of..." DVD and a cover sticker. According to a press release, "The Blow of Furious Winds" is "an amalgam of almost all styles and really represents the band's desire to create the 'musical encyclopedia'."

HORTUS ANIMAE were previously signed to Black Lotus Records.

For more information, visit www.hortusanimae.com.


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