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MIST OF MISERY: New Song "Halls of Emptiness."

Added 28 January 2019, 11:20 AM

Halls Of Emptiness Official single 2019

Swedish DSBM symphonic black metal group present the long awaited first follow up to 2016s album Absence Mist Of Misery - Unalterable the album marks the bands strongest material to date as well as the bands sixth release with Black Lion Records, the album plays at nearly the 2 hour mark! and will be out on April 12th 2019 a 2 CD Digipak.

As the band explain, the new album’s title “refers to the path of life, unalterable despite all efforts to alter the course — how you’re bound to dwell in this miserable existence until life’s end”.

The confrontation and manifestation of misery has been such a core aspect of the band’s creative devotion that the word is right up-front in their name. Yet there is great beauty in what they write as well, even if it is a gloomy, haunting, and even terrifying beauty that they portray.

Certainly, there is haunting beauty in the vistas of cold, murky seacoasts and fog-bound or snow-covered landscapes included in the gorgeous video that was created for “Halls of Emptiness”, and in the ghostly reverberating notes that begin this long song. Even as the power of the music begins to swell, and you begin to feel the pain and agony transmitted through the vocals, the beauty is still present and penetrating. The panoramic symphonic melody that cascades over the drum propulsion is entrancing, even though bereavement and distress live in the sound

Unalterable consists of 14 tracks, including Mist of Misery‘s cover of songs originally recorded by Coldworldand Dimmu Borgir. It was recorded at Forlorn Halls studios and various private locations in Stockholm. The cover art was created by Alice. The album is available for pre-order now, digitally and in a double-CD physical edition:

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