Norse Posts “Exitus” Lyric Video

Dissonant black metal crew Norse has a new lyric video online today for “Exitus,” taken off the band’s recently released “The Divine Light Of A New Sun” LP. Check out the abrasive insanity below, and if you like what you hear, the rest of the album is up for streaming here.

1. Supreme Vertical Ascent
2. Drowned By Hope
3. Telum Vitae
4. The Divine Light Of A New Sun
5. Exitus
6. Synapses Spun As Silk
7. Sandarkan
8. Arriving In Peace, Pregnant With War
9. Cyclic

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Norse Releases “Cyclic” Music Video

Dissonant black metal band Norse has prepped new album “The Divine Light Of A New Sun” for a May 25th release date via Transcending Obscurity Records. Check out a disorienting music video for album track “Cyclic” below. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Supreme Vertical Ascent
2. Drowned By Hope (streaming here)
3. Telum Vitae
4. The Divine Light Of A New Sun
5. Exitus
6. Synapses Spun As Silk
7. Sandarkan
8. Arriving In Peace, Pregnant With War
9. Cyclic

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Norse Posts New Track “Cylic”

Dissonant black metal crew Norse will release new album “The Divine Light Of A New Sun” on May 25th through Transcending Obscurity Records. Today another song from the release comes online – check out “Cylic” in the player below.

1. Supreme Vertical Ascent
2. Drowned By Hope (streaming here)
3. Telum Vitae
4. The Divine Light Of A New Sun
5. Exitus
6. Synapses Spun As Silk
7. Sandarkan
8. Arriving In Peace, Pregnant With War
9. Cyclic

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Baptists Releases “Bloodmines” Music Video

Baptists today proudly unveils a disturbing video for the title track off second LP, “Bloodmines,” released in October via Southern Lord. Check it out below, or over at CVLTNation.com here.

The Vancouver four-piece has made clear its surroundings, as both of the band’s LPs feature artwork which frame the thick and ancient West Coast forests. With the video for “Bloodmines,” we gain even further insight in to the condemning view that the band holds on the surreal relationship that exists between big business, tree cutters, and untouched nature.

Directed by Brian Sepanzyk, the visuals are overwhelmingly nervous and unstable, and glimpses of murderous intent and exploitation are to be found lodged somewhere deep in the vertical crowd of firs. The “Bloodmines” track listing is as follows:

1. Chamber
2. Wanting
3. String Up
4. Closed Ports
5. Vistas
6. Harm Induction (streaming here)
7. Festered
8. Dissembler
9. Bloodmines
10. Calling (listen in here)
11. For Profit

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