CULT OF ERINYES present new album

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Ritualistic Black metallers CULT OF ERINYES are proud to present their new album, titled “Tiberivs” scheduled in May 2017 on code666.
commented mainman Corvus: “I always perceived Cult of Erinyes as a portal that allows my mind to connect with different universes. I had, from the very beginning of the creative process, to immerse myself in a definite time period: Ancient Roman Empire, Tiberius era. Each song, melody, riff, had to refer to a variation of emotions forgotten by Time itself. What sounded like a fantastic challenge ended as a nightmare where my subconscious get lost. Desperation, frustration and madness raised dangerously. This third album is our most progressive effort so far, but also contains radical and intense parts sublimed by Mastema’s urges for ferocity. We both went as far as we could on this album and were lucky to be helped in our task by long time devoted musicians Algol (bass, additional guitars), Baron (lead guitars, artwork) and Déhà, who handled the drums, some guitars/keys and the the mix/mastering process. Last but not least, Alex (Kall, Hypothermia, Craft) offered us a 5 stars bass line on the intro and Marc De Backer, my brother in Wolvennest, added some crystal clear guitar sounds on the end of the album. This album also marked the end of my long time musical and spiritual journey with Mastema. I can only but respect his decision and salute the energy he shared in Tiberivs. This concept album was his idea, and I’m glad we end our collaboration on this high and digressive note. He will be replaced for future live and record duties by the most extreme and mentally extreme singer I know, Déhà, who is known for his work with Yhdarl, Maladie, We All Die (Laughing) and shitloads of other good projects. For all those reasons, I will hate and cherish this album. For Centuries To Come.”

tracklist:

I. Archaea, 41 B.C.
II. Nero (Divine Providence)
III. Casvs Belli
IV. Bred For War
V. Loner
VI. Germanicvs
VII. First of Men
VIII.Damnatio Memoriae
IX. For Centuries To Come

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