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Black metal visionaries Medico Peste premiere the new track "Hallucinating Warmth and Bliss" at Decibel magazine's website. The track hails from the band's highly anticipated new mini-album, Herzogian Darkness, set for international release on March 30th via W.T.C. Productions. Hear Medico Peste's "Hallucinating Warmth and Bliss" in its entirety exclusively HERE.
Ever aptly titled, Herzogian Darkness is a shadowy plunge into strange, shape-shifting depths. It is recognizably black metal by sound and vision - and, more or less, by name - but the febrile sensations these mysterious Poles emit elude safe 'n' staid categorization. Not for nothing do Medico Peste here transform Bauhaus' classic "Stigmata Martyr" into one of their own, idiosyncratic creations.
Medico Peste's history goes back to the winter of 2010, when they formed in Krakow, Poland. A demo followed the next year before their debut album, א: Tremendum et Fascinatio, in 2012. There, Medico Peste portrayed a vision of black metal which incorporates dark and oppressive atmospheres, created through dysharmonic riffing, eerie vocals, and a taste for insanity and the macabre. And yet, the band's sound is always evolving, and while strongly rooted in traditional black metal, Medico Peste inject elements of non-metal genres into their music, vividly painted across their brand-new Herzogian Darkness. Four songs in 27 minutes, these grim, crazed rituals are the newest face to a mask that is cracked but always spinning sinister thoughts, leering with the knowingness that the future's wide open yet infinitely bleak - that a Herzogian Darkness is on the horizon.
Witness the next rumbling of that storm exclusively HERE, courtesy of Decibel, North America's only monthly metal magazine. The first rumblings can be witnessed with two haunting trailer videos, created by BFV / Inside Flesh, exclusively HERE and HERE at W.T.C. Productions' Youtube channel.
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