Ottawa Symphonic Black Death Metal ENDEMISE Posts ‘Anathema’ Music Video
Reveal Album Artwork and Track Listing
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Ottawa, ON symphonic black / death metal band ENDEMISE has posted a new music video for the title track from their upcoming album ‘Anathema’ due out later this year to follow their 2013 debut album ‘Far From The Light’ released on Maple Metal Records and 2012 self-titled EP. The album was produced by ENDEMISE guitarist Dale Sauve along with Ken Sorceron (Abigail Williams) and features eight blistering tracks to burst your ear drums (album artwork and track listing revealed below). Endemise’s live brutality has also lead the band to be a favourite local support on the Ottawa metal scene for touring bands such as Abigail Williams, Cattle Decapitation, Alestorm, Battlecross, Beneath The Massacre, Crimson Shadows and Vesperia.
Endemise vocalist Franky Falsetto comments:
“‘Anathema’ is fueled by an unquenchable inner hatred, and despair. Blood soaked in occult themes and a nihilistic mindset dripping with a melancholic hopelessness”
5. Gargoyles: Fragments In Stone
7. Come Serene Dark
8. Fragments in FlameFor more info, please visit: www.endemise.com.
Based in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, Endemise delivers an astoundingly intense combination of blackened death metal and orchestral awe. Following a series of style-sculpting releases between 2005 and 2012, the band emerged in 2013 with their defining full-length, Far From The Light. The ten punishing tracks were produced by long-time collaborator Mike Bond alongside guitarist Dale Sauve, and became available worldwide via Maple Metal Records. Endemise continues to masterfully blend a din of choking darkness alongside majestic orchestral arrangements – an element featured in full grandeur during live performances – into a mature and cohesive sound that has captivated listeners internationally. Now, in 2016, the band is hard at work preparing the next set of tracks to spread to eager fans, which promise to raise the bar yet again and show fans new and old why they are truly masters of their craft.”