CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC Shares New Video For “Violence Part III” From ‘The Glitter Of Infinite Hell’; Details on CD Re-releases Via GS Productions & Upcoming Albums in 2019

The doom atmospherists Clouds Taste Satanic have released the third video from their 2017 album ‘The Glitter of Infinite Hell’. Directed by G. Acampora, the video is wrought with visual disturbance* to accompany the third movement of the third track “Violence“. (*The video contains graphic imagery and is not suited for children.)

Clouds Taste Satanic have also announced the next releases from their partnering with GS Productions of Moscow to re-issue all four of the band’s full-length albums on CD for ease of availability to European and Russian fans. Their 2014 debut album ‘To Sleep Beyond The Earth’ was the first to be reissued on limited run CD, with special cover art and liner inclusions in the Russian language. Now ‘Your Doom Has Come’ (2015) and ‘Dawn Of The Satanic Age’ (2016) are available.

GS Productions’ CTS titles on Bandcamp:
https://gsproduction.bandcamp.com/album/to-sleep-beyond-the-earth
https://gsproduction.bandcamp.com/album/your-doom-has-come
https://cloudstastesatanic.bandcamp.com/album/dawn-of-the-satanic-age

Released in their original discography order, next out will be last Halloween’s infernal concept album ‘The Glitter Of Infinite Hell’. In the coming weeks, the remaining release will receive the same limited CD treatment via GS Productions.

These Instrumentalists of the Underworld never stop, as plans are already underway to release two new full-length albums in 2019. The first, ‘Evil Eye’, will come out on Walpurgis, April 30, 2019. Then ‘Second Sight’ will arrive on Halloween, October 31, 2019.  Four 20-minute songs are thematically linked across the two albums. With the new material’s writing now finished, the band is preparing to lay down tracks in the studio November 2018.


CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC is:
Steve Scavuzzo – Guitar
Sean Bay – Bass
Greg Acampora – Drums
Brian Bauhs – Guitar
Clouds Taste Satanic “Violence Part III
(*Warning* graphic imagery) 
https://youtu.be/VL08NW7wTKQ


UPCOMING LIVE DATES:

BIO:

CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC formed in Brooklyn, New York in 2013, and these four Doom Instrumentalists spent the years since steadily building a reputation as an optimum DIY underground doom band performing today. Patiently and deliberately developing a unique sound that melds riff dominated stoner rock with heavy doom.  Their live show is more a multi-sensory atmospheric display, offering a true experience and companion to their albums, with a sonic melting of faces in the process.

In 2014, the band released their debut album, To Sleep Beyond The Earth. This debut, along with their second album, Your Doom Has Come (2015) and album number three, Dawn of the Satanic Age (2016), received praise from illustrious publications such as Decibel Magazine, CVLT Nation, The Sludgelord, Invisible Oranges, and many more.

CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC released their fourth album on Halloween 2017. Titled The Glitter of Infinite Hell, this record features four songs on four sides of vinyl, clocking in at just shy of 75 minutes. It harkens back to the band’s debut, To Sleep Beyond the Earth, which presented one song in four parts over two sides of vinyl.  If not apparent from the title, this is a concept record referencing the Nine Circles of Hell in Dante’s Inferno.  Although only four Circles are titled, each song contains shades of the nine.

Like its predecessor Dawn of the Satanic Age, TGIH was engineered and mixed by Ben Rice at Degraw Sound in Brooklyn and mastered by Alan Douches (High On Fire, Converge, Mastodon) at West West Side Music.  The gate-fold cover art, “Descent Into Hell”, screams Hieronymus Bosch but is actually credited to “Follower of Bosch” (let the art world hash that one out).  The inner gate-fold and sleeves representing Hell’s connection to Space are original pieces by artist Goatess Doomwych, whose work has graced numerous doom genre album covers.

All told, as Hell beckons, are you doom enough to consume?


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