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01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
04. Dimmu Borgir
- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
06. The Eternal
- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
07. MGT
- Gemini Nyte
08. Primordial
- Exile Amongst The Ruins
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- Salt
10. Immortal
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PULCHRA MORTE - Debut Full Length Out In February, Details Revealed

USA based doom/death metal legion Pulchra Morte, a band featuring within its ranks current and former members of Wolvhammer, Eulogy, Harkonin, Withered, and more, will release its debut full-length on 1st February via Ceremonial Records. Titled Divina Autem Et Aniles, the ten-track offering was captured by Pulchra Morte guitarist/renowned producer/engineer Jarrett Pritchard (1349, Goatwhore, Wolvhammer, Gruesome, Exhumed, etc.) at his own New Constellation Studios in Orlando, Florida, mastered by Chris Common (Tribulation, Primordial, Exhumed, Gruesome), and features the vocal talents of former Eulogy co-conspirator Heather Dykstra and cellist Naarah Strokosch as well as additional backing vocals by Tor Stavenes, AKA Seidemann of 1349 and Svart Lotus. It all comes swathed in the striking cover art of Jordan Barlow (Goatwhore, Haarp, Psychon Vex).
Divina Autem Et Aniles carries its listeners back to an era where unabridged heaviness and darkness reigned supreme. Of the record's weighty themes, vocalist Jason Barron notes: "I was going through an extremely dark time in my personal life. I had the perfect dark cloud for proper inspiration for a '90s-style doom/death metal band with a name meaning 'beautiful death:' Tasting a small portion of bliss and having it taken away forever, severe depression, madness, relationships, complete and total loss - all the formulæ for life itself. "Give No More", for example, was the first song I wrote for Pulchra Morte. It's about an individual suffering from major disease, depression, and utter madness, composing his own epitaph, completely accepting his failure, and giving up, happily ending his life. The album is filled with stories of embracing death and the end, and also the new beginnings that death brings."
Adds Pritchard: "As we move forward, the subject matter will broaden, not only with darkness but in ways, certain levels of empowerment; perhaps the shift where a person goes from being the pawn to the hand. Not by ignoring it, but by embracing what is. We are all interested in a vast number of topics that are applied in everyday life, ranging from Hermetic philosophy to Crowley and Austin Spare, writings by everyone from Israel Regardie to Terence McKenna, traversing dimensional barriers, hallucinogenic communication, ritual Magick, conspiracy... The world is a dark place. There is no shortage of such topics to reflect on all around us."
Pulchra Morte a couple of months ago unleashed a limited edition seven-inch of "Soulstench" with a beautiful tribute to Paradise Lost - a cover of Gothic classic "The Painless" - occupying its B-side as an exclusive (you can give it a listen over HERE). Link


Divina Autem Et Aniles tracklist:
01. Give No More
02. Black Ritual
03. Soulstench
04. Ignis Et Tempestas
05. Fire And Storm
06. Thrown To The Wolves
07. Reflection Of A Drowning Sun
08. Shadows From The Cross
09. IX
10. When Legends Die