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FUNERAL STORM - Debut Album Out In May, Track Available For Streaming

Greek black metallers Funeral Storm will release on 31st May via Hells Headbangers their debut album entitled Arcane Mysteries. Featuring members from Hellenic scene legends Varathron, Funeral Storm deliver truly ancient - and truly authentic - Greek black metal in the most classic early '90s style, full of mysticism and might.
Funeral Storm was formed in 2001 by Wampyrion Markhor Necrowolf under the name Raven Throne as a one-man-project. The name was later changed for legal reasons, and after several changes, the moniker Funeral Storm was chosen. Lyrical themes were set early on, and are heavily inspired by occultism, legends, myths, evil, mysteries, horror, and the Cthulhu mythos.
Funeral Storm are ancient souls, eschewing the nowadays trends of dissonant non-songwriting and cavernous obfuscation in favor of traditionally epic and dynamic songcraft, reverent to the old Hellenic gods whilst forging terrain all their own, all wrapped in a robust production that powerfully captures the trio's overt physicality - and indeed, that classic pulse. Arcane Mysteries is truly a record that brims with a timeless atmosphere - truly, one of arcane mysteries - and safely avoids lazy "throwback status" due to the inclusion of scene veteran Necroabyssious on vocals and the era-authentic, ever-mystical synths, handled by both Wampyrion and Arcania. In short, it's an album more than worthy of the legendary early '90s wave of Greek black metal.
Arcane Mysteries features two special guests: Eskarth of Agatus performed the solo and acoustic guitars on "Martyr Of The Lake", and The Magus of Necromantia/Prinicipality Of Hell composed, recorded, mixed, and mastered "Wandering Through The Abyss". Completed by awe-inspiring cover artwork courtesy of Markus Vesper (Denial Of God, Manilla Road, Attic), Funeral Storm triumphantly prove that the past is alive... in fact, more than ever! Listen to the track "Origins Of Utter Darkness" in the player below. Link

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