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Alcest to release new studio album “Spiritual Instinct” on October 25th 2019

On October 25th, Alcest will once again open the gateways to the otherworldly and release their sixth studio album titled “Spiritual Instinct”.

Recorded at the French Drudenhaus Studios and written in bursts both during and after a prolonged period of touring in support of 2016’s hugely successful “Kodama”, the new album - the first to be released via Nuclear Blast - will lead the blackgaze pioneers into dark soundscapes full of spiritual catharsis.
 

Alcest announces new album “Spiritual Instinct” - due out in October 2019

After a long and intensive work period at Drudenhaus Studios, Alcest can finally announce that they have finished the recordings of their sixth studio album. The first long-player to appear under their new label, Nuclear Blast, is titled “Spiritual Instinct” and will see the light of day on October 25th, 2019, leading the band into darker yet still dreamy and spiritually profound soundscapes.
 

2 Wolves to release new studio album “...Our Fault” on April 12th 2019

2 Wolves is set to release their 4th studio album “...Our Fault” on April 12th, 2019 via Inverse Records.

This gothic metal band comes from South Karelia, Finland. Since their formation in 2010, the band has released three studio albums. With elements from melodic death metal and doom metal, and inspiration from Finnish melancholy and nature, 2 Wolves create their sound.

The album was recorded, mixed & mastered by Saku Moilanen at Deep Noise Studios.  

Deathwhite to release debut full-length album “For a Black Tomorrow” on March 10th 2017

American dark metal outfit Deathwhite has set a March 10th, 2017 release date for their first full-length album, “For a Black Tomorrow”.

New song “Dreaming the Inverse” is streaming below.

The follow-up to the band's two well-received EP's (2014's “Ethereal” and 2015's “Solitary Martyr”, respectively), “For a Black Tomorrow” finds Deathwhite weaving emotive clean vocals with melodic, sweeping riffs, and elaborate drumming under a depressive atmosphere.

Alcest - Les Voyages De L’Ame

Alcest came into being in Bagnols-sur-Ceze, France sometime in 2000 and Neige, Aegnor & Argoth were the original members. After their black metal debut demo in 2001 Neige remained the sole member, as the other two decided to leave the band. Yet, that was only the starting point for changes within the band. Subsequently, they acquired a different style composed of diverse musical elements.