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CELL - Debut Album Out In October, Track Available For Streaming

Canadian atmospheric black metal newcomers Cell will release their debut concept album entitled The Frozen Moon Of Erebath on 14th October. Cell is a band purveying their own unique brand of cosmic black metal with pile-driving drumming, flavored with hints of doom and sludge metal, but always with that unique black metal atmosphere, inspired by the cosmos, and darker than any black hole, drawing all light into itself and spewing out darkness. Their concept album The Frozen Moon Of Erebath takes place in a different galaxy to our own.
Vocalist/guitarist Hyperion commented: "In this galaxy there are many intelligent beings that have been driven to extinction by their own hands. Greed, hate, lust, and power are some of the many feelings that have destroyed them over time. On the frozen moon of Erebath there is a race of beings who destroyed their own planet and relocated to their moon to perform experiments and create more hybrids of themselves that can further their goal to conquer the galaxy."
Cell came into creation in the late fall of 2014 at the hands of guitarist and vocalist Hyperion and drummer Void in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After jamming as a two-piece for a few months, bassist Deimos joined the nucleus of Cell, and this unique black metal organism was ready to infect the world, for a strong concept divides and multiplies like an invading organism infecting more and more fans in their turn. The band cites as their influences acts such as Inquisition, Tsjuder, Immortal, Death and 1349, but Cell bring their own vision to the table, a vision that reaches to the very edge of the universe. In the player below you can get a taste of Cell music by listening to the track named "Erasing The Plane Of Existence". Link