Spectral Voice Debuts New Song “Thresholds Beyond” From Upcoming New Album “Eroded Corridors of Unbeing”

Colorado’s Spectral Voice debuts a new song entitled “Thresholds Beyond”, taken from the upcoming new album “Eroded Corridors of Unbeing”, which will be issued on October 13th via Dark Descent Records as a vinyl LP, cassette and digital download.

Check out now “Thresholds Beyond” below.

Eroded Corridors of Unbeing by Spectral Voice

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Debut Full Length Album “Eroded Corridors Of Unbeing” To Be Released By Spectral Voice

After no less than five demos/rehearsals and two splits, Colorado’s Spectral Voice are finally crossing the Styx and delivering their first proper full-length…and it is gigantic. The album will be entitled “Eroded Corridors of Unbeing” and will be issued on October 13th via Dark Descent Records as a vinyl LP, cassette and digital download.

While things appear quite straight-forward on paper (the band has never hidden their love of roughly mixing early and down tuned Finnish death metal with extreme doom in an acid bath) there’s something quite unique about this band. Instead of weakening the impact, the rawness and vast sound only emphasizes a genuine thirst for darkness.

Like a lurker oozing with evil intentions, Spectral Voice likes to remain in the shadows. There, the band patiently learned from elders, only to regurgitate its own brand of extreme death/doom. For instance, “Visions of Psychic Dismemberment” is an eleven-minute long trip into the darkest regions of our collective mind, where Uholy’s trippiest moments join Incantation for a dance around the fire. The opening blast beat sequence in ‘Lurking Gloom’ on the top of bleak arpeggios will fire up most Disembowelment freaks.

Far more than just a sum of its parts, “Eroded Coridors of Unbeing” is a unique and claustrophobic voyage, cavernous yet full of clarity. Here, Spectral Voice is the sound of one’s soul going further down the abyss…and it is taking you with it!

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Stardust VI – Dark Nights Of The Soul Fest Details Announced

From February 2nd to February 5th, 2017, Stardust VI – Dark Nights of the Soul will take place in Brooklyn, NY at Saint Vitus Bar.

Although appearing on the surface to be a conventional music festival, Stardust VI – Dark Nights of the Soul is anything but “conventional.” Presented by the Stardust NYC collective, this edition will not only feature music performances by the likes of Absu, Slagmaur, Aluk Todolo, Obliteration, Dispirit, Lluvia, Lycus, Blood Incantation, and Hail among others – 22 bands in all – but will also feature a special book presentation and lecture by acclaimed artist Metastazis.

For the past five years, Stardust NYC has endeavored to present an event for artists and art lovers. It is completely democratized from the bog-standard “copy/paste festival.” There are no headliners nor openers; every artist is considered equally amazing and important, part of a unique fabric binding together great art.

“We started the Stardust Series five years ago with the genuine intention of creating an atypical platform that will help the underground music scene in its full diversity and splendor,” the collective write. “As part of that mission, we want to deliver a high-quality curation meant to support true artistry and passion. We believe that actions always speak louder than words, and we continue on our path of celebrating unknown Greatness.”

“More than anything, we envision Dark Nights Of The Soul to be a unique and genuine event of discovery,” they continue, on the topic of the sixth installment. “We’d like to see people want to open new doors for themselves, to get out of their comfort zones and completely lose themselves in the Moment. To be utterly shaken from body to soul by something completely new is a blessing, and many times life-changing. This is the true live experience we aim for each and every time.”

Thursday, February 2nd
Dreadlords
Destroying Angel
Joy Shannon and the Beauty Marks
Scout Pare-Philips

Friday, February 3rd
Aluk Todolo
Uada
Dispirit
Blood Incantation
Sanguine Eagle

Saturday, February 4th
Lluvia
Obliteration
Young And In The Way
Reptilian
A God or an Other
Inculter
Insect Ark

Sunday, February 5th
Slagmaur
Madison Mandrake
Absu
Spectral Voice
Lycus
Aluk Todolo
Hail
Metastazis – Fire Work With Me US book premiere and lecture

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Spectral Voice Streaming Split Release With Phrenelith

Iron Bonehead Productions, in conspiracy with Dark Descent Records, is proud to present a special split 7″ between Spectral Voice and Phrenelith.

The split is set for international release on October 14th, and today both tracks have come online for advance streaming.

1. Peeled Veins
2. Once Fertile Soil

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Spectral Voice Streaming Split Release With Phrenelith

Iron Bonehead Productions, in conspiracy with Dark Descent Records, is proud to present a special split 7″ between Spectral Voice and Phrenelith.

The split is set for international release on October 14th, and today both tracks have come online for advance streaming.

1. Peeled Veins
2. Once Fertile Soil

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Lycus Kicking Off New U.S. Tour Dates

Oakland, CA funeral death/doom quartet Lycus has announced a string of summer tour dates with Funerary and Ooze.

The tour will kick off in Los Angeles, CA and will make it’s way to the east coast – a full list of tour dates appear below.

Lycus also recently completed the recording of a sophomore full-length and Relapse Records debut. The album was recorded at Atomic Garden Studios in Palo Alto, CA this April and will once again feature album art from the renowned Italian painter Paolo Girardi (Inquisition, Bell Witch).

8/15 – Los Angeles, CA – Perez Tire
8/16 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court w/INVDRS
8/17 – Denver, CO – Flux Capacitor w/Spectral Voice
8/19 – Chicago, IL – The Burlington
8/20 – Pittsburgh, PA – Gooski’s
8/21 – Boston, MA – Middle East w/ Forn
8/22 – NYC, NY – The Acheron w/ Forn
8/23 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie w/ Forn
8/24 – Baltimore, MD – Sidebar w/ Forn and Ilsa
8/25 – Richmond, VA – Strange Matter
8/26 – Nashville, TN – The East Room w/ Loss
8/27 – New Orleans, LA – Sisters In Christ
8/28 – Austin, TX – Beerland (No Ooze)

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