Astrophobos – Swedish Black Metal Trio Reveal New Song “Till Djupet”

Swedish black metal trio Astrophobos have just revealed a new track from their forthcoming third full-length album “Corpus”, which is set for release on November 12 via Triumvirate Records with worldwide distribution through Sound Pollution.

Titled “Till Djupet”, this new track is now playing at No Clean Singing, who commented “The riffing boils in a semblance of madness, and seems to channel misery as well. The band reprise the entrancing but unsettling instrumental performance that began the song, but by then it has become clear that the entire song has been strangely entrancing and viscerally unsettling.”

Listen to “Till Djupet” here.

If you missed it, the leading single “Utrotning” is still playing at this location and previous single “Liktal” is still playing here.

The follow-up to the band’s second album “Malice of Antiquity”, is not just their new studio album, it’s also a cross-disciplinary collaboration spanning over several years where sculpture, photography and music intermingles to explore themes of impermanence, death and decay. Teaming up with artists Lisa Wallert and Morgan Norman, the band ventured into these concepts, taking inspiration from their work to write both music and lyrics.

The album was mixed and mastered by Marco Mastrobueno (FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE, HOUR OF PENANCE) at Kick Recording Studios, and features session drums by Simon Samuelsson (ex-OFERMOD) as well as guest vocals by Elisabetta Marchetti (INNO, ex-RITI OCCULTI). Pre-orders are now available at this location.

“Astrophobos package everything you’d expect from black metal – ballistic blast beats, vicious tremolo picking, and necrosis-causing vocals – into a skin-tight melodic offering. Instead of orchestrating an instrumental maelstrom where every instrument clobbers each other, Astrophobos are synchronous with each other, shaping the ripping and tearing into a greater musical cohesion between the three band members.” 
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