The Sludgelord Premiere ÉOHUM Video ‘Eurocide’ + New EP ‘Ealdfaeder’
Oct 7 – Longueil, QC – Bar Zone 132 – info
L-R – Cesar Franco – Bass, Jeremy Perkins – Guitar, Annie Perreault – French Horn / Flutes, Barrie Butler – Vocals, Sylvain Dumont – Guitar, Ludovic Mauller – Drums
(Photo Credit – Chris Kells – FTB Visuals)
Montreal blackened doom Éohum (pronounced ee-o-um) have teamed up with The Sludgelord for the premiere of their video ‘Eurocide’ directed by Chris Kells of The Agonist and his film company FTB Visuals.
“I believe this video clearly depicts the message and ideas behind Éohum. The music and concept of this project are well demonstrated. We are truly honored as the quality, location and mix are awesome.” comments band founder / guitarist Jeremy Perkins.
The video can be viewed at the following link: http://thesludgelord.blogspot.ca/2016/08/video-premiere-eurocide-by-montreal.html
‘Eurocide’ is off Éohum’s latest EP ‘Ealdfaeder’ released during March 2016 via founder / guitarist Jeremy Perkins’ indie label Mycelium Networks and was produced with Chris Donaldson of Cryptopsy at The Grid along with a special guest recording from drummer Simon Mackay (The Agonist) on tracks 2-4-5 to follow up their debut album ‘Revelations, Aurora Of An Epoch’. Lyrically the EP is inspired by poems written by Perkins on the loss of culture and tradition due to greed and colonization across the globe.
To listen to the full stream of ‘Ealdfaeder’, please visit http://eohum.bandcamp.com
About: Éohum blends the most gruesome with the cleanest of black and doom metal to create hypnotic riffs with seducing French Horn. Founded by Jeremy Perkins (guitar) who birthed the band from a poetic project, their second release Ealdfaeder’ sees the return of Annie Perreault (French Horn/Flute), Sylvain Dumont (Guitar), Barrie Butler (Vocals) plus new comers Cesar Franco (bass) and Luca Belviso (drums) whom have made up the band up for over a year now. All are focused on the distinct grassroots of old school, very heavy progression that has flourished since last year to give way to a distinct path, sound and image with each member sharing common ground on the message, beliefs and ideas behind Éohum.