Dark Fortress: Neue CD im September

Im Oktober letzten Jahres betrat die deutsche Black-Metal-Kombo DARK FORTRESS das Studio, um den Nachfolger von „Ylem“ einzuspielen (Metal1 berichtete). Das Ergebnis namens „Venereal Dawn“ wird am 01. September via Century Media Records erscheinen und stellt ein Konzeptalbum mit neun Kapiteln dar.

Die Band meldete sich mit diesem Statement zu Wort:
Three years in the making, ‚Venereal Dawn‘ will take our traditionally rich musical spectrum further than ever. Always aiming for an innovative equilibrium between hellish black metal, sophisticated melancholy, atmospheres of metaphysical horror and a deep occult spirituality, the album will be a substantial offering to our already extensive back catalogue.

We have never taken the challenge of making a new album lightly, and again took a radically uncompromising attitude in concept and composing. Many songs were written since 2010’s Ylem, and many were discarded again to make sure the new material would be able to exceed previous releases in quality, relevance and authenticity.

Increasing scheduling conflicts with our other bands and jobs, as well as the humongous amount of hours that this endeavor required, had forced us to postpone this release a few times in recent years. At the end of an excessive recording session in late 2013, we chose nine songs to mark our 20-year anniversary with what we hope will become a landmark album in our long career.

Expect epic song structures, mighty sonic cathedrals, virulent and sinister magic and lots of unexpected twists and turns as we drag you screaming and headbanging through the abysmal roller coaster of our universe once more.

Further details to be announced. A tour and video clip are in the making for autumn 2014. It took longer than we had hoped for, but as of today, one fact is undeniable: DARK FORTRESS is back!

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