Monday, November 25, 2013

VALDUR: Sierra Mountains Blackened Death Cultists Spew Forth New Track

VALDUR: Sierra Mountains Blackened Death Cultists Spew Forth New Track

Sierra Mountains blackened death cultists, VALDUR, are pleased to disclose another new paean of perversion from their impending new long player, At War With, via Clt Nation. Recorded at Earhammer Studio with Greg Wilkinson at the helm and mastered by Michael Z. (Secrets of the Moon, Ascension) at Source Studios, At War With douses its listeners with ten diseased hymns of audio abhorrence. A grotesque outpouring of war march blasts, harrowing riff torrents, possessed vocal tirades and an all-consuming atmosphere of chaos, apprehension and maniacal discontent, VALDUR spew their bestial discontent with imperial conviction.

Proclaims Cvlt Nation, "VALDUR creates black metal that evokes the chill of a mountaintop, where only your cabin walls protect you from the harsh world outside. Their new album, At War With, the follow up to 2010's Raven Gods Among Us, makes that icy wind a reality, whipping its frosty fingers down your spine as they caress the void inside you with hammering beats and cascading riffs."

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At War With Track List:
1. Enter
2. Conjuring the Fire Plagues
3. Death Winds Will Cleanse
4. Incantre
5. Vast
6. At War with the Old World
7. The Calm Before War
8. Hellish Dischord
9. Hammer Pit
10. Outro (Creation pt. II)

Crowned "the best black metal band in the United States that you've probably never heard of," by and featuring past and current members of Weverin, Endless Blizzard and Plutocracy,VALDUR was forged at the turn of the century in a small mountain town located in the pulsating heart of the Sierra Mountain Range near the Nevada border. It is where desert (Death Valley) meets mountain (Mt. Whitney) and where the unholy trio celebrate the freedom and space to dwell without interference of fashionable "scenes" or "rulebooks."

At War With will rise on December 17, 2013 via BloodyMountain Records.

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