NICODEMUS Ink Deal With Dark Symphonies Records

American black/gothic/progressive metal act NICODEMUS have inked a deal with Dark Symphonies Records and are presently recording their sophomore album, entitled The Supernatural Omnibus, for a September release. According to Dark Symphonies, "this will be a truly unique listening experience as NICODEMUS take the best from black, gothic, and progressive metal to create haunting melodies, diverse vocal performances, and a stark, sinister atmosphere resulting in a very heavy and extremely dark metal record."

The complete track listing for The Supernatural Omnibus is as follows:

01. Something in the Walls
02. Nightfall Bares My Burden
03. Harlot
04. Afterglow
05. The Lazarus Syndrome
06. Of Pride & Necessity
07. Within the Glow of Embers
08. Deepening
09. Shards of a Bitter Night Wept
10. Benedetto Sia


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