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LABYRINTHUS NOCTIS - Third Full-Length Out Soon, Three Tracks Available For Streaming

Milan (Italy) based female fronted cosmic gothic/doom metal band Labyrinthus Noctis are just about to release their third full-length entitled Opting For The Quasi-Steady State Cosmology on 16th April via Vomit Arcanus Productions. Opting For The Quasi-Steady State Cosmology shows articulated structures as well as solid arrangements in each of its tracks.
Three chapters compose the record, so as to define the different destinations of a cosmic trip, which leads even further towards planet Mars’ core. In accordance to this five-piece band’s brilliant talent of synthesizing genres such as goth, doom, dark, folk, prog, avantgarde and electronic, the album recorded and produced by Carlo Meroni at Alpha Omega Studio (Blevio – Como) and A.D.S.R. (Milan), is made of introspective paths, expressed by the newest member of the band: Ivy and her sullen voice. Cover song "Padre Davvero" originally released by Mia Martini in 1971, is meant to be a homage to the artist, a milestone of the Italian music: placed as 13th track, it represents the Ophiuchus that completes the astrological path that Opting For The Quasi-Steady State Cosmology paves, as well as being a further demonstration of the profound expressive ability that Labyrinthus Noctis prove to be capable of. Take your trip to the planet Mars with Labyrinthus Noctis by clicking the play button in the player below and listen to three for now unveiled tracks. Link