Posted by Imperator on 18th March, 2013 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 18-03-2013 @ 00:00 UTC

U.S. Black Metal band Murmur have signed a deal with one of metal's largest labels, Season of Mist, although no new album has been officially confirmed yet.

Murmur sign with Season of Mist
Murmur sign with Season of Mist

Season of Mist, one of the metal industry's largest labels, have recently announced that they have signed a deal with U.S. Black Metal band Murmur. The band issued the following statement:

We are extremely excited to be working with Season of Mist, and to have the opportunity to reach a wider audience. Murmur started as a depressive black metal project with the debut 'Mainlining the Lugubrious', but after a pretty significant line-up change as well as a strong desire to satisfy my eclectic musical tastes, Murmur has mutated into a fusion of Black Metal with Progressive Rock, Zeuhl, and 1970's style Jazz. We continue to grow and mutate our sound with every new piece.

For a long time I thought we were trying to find our niche with all the experimentation, but it seems to me that our niche is not having one at all. Murmur's future goals are to continue writing and release another full-length within the next 1-2 years.

Another major goal is to embark on US and European tours.


Murmur formed in 2007 in Chicago, and have since released the aforementioned full length album in 2010, titled "Mainlining the Lugubrious", and one 7" split album with fellow U.S. Black Metal veterans Nachtmystium in 2011.

Stay tuned for further updates. Murmur's debut album, Mainlining the Lugubrious, is available on Amazon.com.



Last edited by Imperator on 4th March, 2021 @ 20:16 UTC
Source: Season of Mist

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