SURTR: 'Pulvis Et Umbra' Due Next Month

"Pulvis Et Umbra", the new album from French doomsters SURTR, will be released on March 15 via Altsphere Production on CD and transparent blue limited-edition vinyl.

"Pulvis Et Umbra" track listing:

01. Rise Again
02. Three Winters of War
03. Sonic Doom
04. The Call
05. Rebellion
06. I Am The Cross
07. Fred Karno's Army

The video for the song "I Am The Cross" can be seen below.

SURTR started in 2009, inspired by bands like BLACK SABBATH, SAINT VITUS, REVEREND BIZARRE, COUNT RAVEN and CANDLEMASS.

SURTR is confirmed for this year's edition of the Hellfest festival in Clisson, France, where they will share the stage with such bands as CANDLEMASS, SLEEP, MANILLA ROAD, GHOST and PROCESSION.

SURTR is:

RĂ©gis Beck: Drums
Julien Kuhn: Bass
Jeff Maurer: Guitar, Vocals

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