No Clean Singing premieres track of atmospheric black metal entity SOMNIUM NOX
I've always loved this style of music. I remember putting on headphones and listening to all kinds of obscure black metal tapes on my Sony walkman back in the day. There was something special about it, something more than just music. The genre, at least back in the day, seemed to be shrouded in mystery and admittedly there was a certain thrill in discovering hidden black metal gems from all around the world. After SEEDNA and the wonderful response that it got, I'm hoping you all will like SOMNIUM NOX from Australia who share a member of NORSE (promo coming very soon!). NO CLEAN SINGING premiered 1/3 tracks from this special album over HERE.
"It’s an immersive, emotionally compelling experience, by turns spellbinding and abrasive… and in the opening minutes, it includes the haunting tones of a didgeridoo." - Islander, NO CLEAN SINGING
SOMNIUM NOX (Australia) - 'Terra Inanis' LP / CD / Box Set / Digital (May 15th, 2017)
Genre - Atmospheric Black Metal Release Date - May 15th, 2017 Record Label - Transcending Obscurity Records (India)
From Australia, atmospheric black metal band SOMNIUM NOX conjure up their full length and it's out of this world. 'Terra Inanis' has three monolithic tracks that segue into one another, each creating a wonderful and consistent atmosphere that will have you rivetted with goosebumps all over. Didgeridoos set the atmosphere from the start and the music, backed by the able drumming of a NORSE member, takes off into uncharted territories. From then on it's an oscillating trip between different states of consciousness, fuelled by music that seems to have transcendental qualities. This is atmospheric black metal that is deeper than most and stirs up emotions that were thought to be nonexistent. An exceptional and I daresay a subliminal album, 'Terra Inanis' causes an emotive purge, a deep cleansing by evoking the sounds of nature and ancient culture.
Track list: 1. Soliloquy of Lament 2. The Alnwick Apotheosis 3. Transcendental Dysphoria