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Svartidauði premiere new song “Wolves Of A Red Sun”

Filipe Gomes 05/11/2018 News Comments Off on Svartidauði premiere new song “Wolves Of A Red Sun”
Svartidauði premiere new song “Wolves Of A Red Sun”

On the 3rd of December 2018, six years to the day after the apocalypse, Svartidauði will unleash their long awaited sophomore full length “Revelations of the Red Sword” upon the ashes of civilization.

In the meantime, the band has released another single, this time “Wolves Of A Red Sun”. You can listen to it below.

Once again recorded and produced at Studio Emissary by Stephen Lockhart and featuring artwork by David Glomba, the combined result is equally stunning sonically as it is visually. The 6 track, 47 minute album marks Svartidauði’s second release on German imprint Ván Records.

On the past October 15th, the band revealed the first single “Burning Worlds of Excrement”.


“Revelations of the Red Sword”
Ván Records – 2018

1. Sol Ascending
2. Burning Worlds of Excrement
3. The Howling Cynocephali
4. Wolves of a Red Sun
5. Reveries of Conflagration
6. Aureum Lux

The Red Sword refers to the rays of a rising- and a setting sun, encompassing its contents in the fire and the fury of our world’s most creative and destructive force, the glowing God up above, the Sun – Celebrating its howling solar winds, all the while waiting with anticipation for the inevitable heat death of the universe.
Svartidauði’s signature musical style is on full display throughout the album; simultaneously disharmonic and lyrical guitar harmonies are woven over raging and inventive drum work and quasi-tribal rhythms, crawling basslines and lycanthropic howls. But although unmistakably Svartidauði, “Revelations of the Red Sword” has plenty of unexpected twists and turns, demonstrating the band’s increasingly broad spectrum of songwriting elements. “Revelations of the Red Sword” is the fire to “Flesh Cathedral”’s earth; a Promethean and daring work of creation unfettered by trend or tradition.

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