Posted by Imperator on 5th May, 2022 @ 07:02 UTCBy Imperator on 05-05-2022 @ 07:02 UTC

The new song is titled "Open Wounds", and is the seventh track from the band's new album, "Colours of Faith", due for release on the 27th of May via Transcending Obscurity Records.

Sisyphean streaming new song from upcoming album
Sisyphean streaming new song from upcoming album

Lithuanian Black/Death Metal band Lithuania Sisyphean are preparing to release a brand new full-length album, titled "Colours of Faith", on the 27th of May via Indian label Transcending Obscurity Records. The new album will mark the band's second full-length, following their 2017 debut "Illusions of Eternity". Over the last few months, the label has generously made four of the album's tracks available for listening, the most recent of which, "Open Wounds", premiered yesterday. Check it out:

 


The label commented on the album's style:

Intense as well as atmospheric, Lithuanian black metal band Sisyphean have the perfectly tempered sound for this style of music. Their inherent dissonance magnifies their expression, elevating them over hordes of predictable bands, but their real mastery is in crafting thrilling and engaging songs that are both coherent and fulfilling.

Everything seems in place and is there for a reason, and they even cover a wide range of emotions, making it a well-rounded affair. Each song bears its own individual sentiment, somehow complementing the songs preceding it, as if carrying on from where the last one ended and doing something more with it. Clearly, it’s a brilliantly written and arranged album, providing for intuitive undulations of extremity and emotions, not only captivating your attention throughout but also moving you.

Virtually flawless, ‘Colours of Faith’ is a massively ambitious yet sincere album that ought to be regarded as a landmark album in the style.


The previous tracks to be made available from the album are below, including a music video for the song "Sovereigns of Livid Hope":

 


 


 


The complete tracklist for "Colours of Faith" is as follows:

  1. Before the Light
  2. Scorched Timeless
  3. Hearts of Mercury
  4. Sovereigns of Livid Hope
  5. The Descent
  6. Exiles
  7. Open Wounds
  8. Conqueror


The eye-catching cover art was designed by the talented Adam Burke of Nightjar Illustration, whose artwork is certainly becoming more prominent in Black Metal circles over the last couple of years:

Sisyphean Colours Of Faith


"Colours of Faith" is now available for pre-order via multiple outlets in a variety of formats:

https://tometal.com/
https://transcendingobscurity.bandcamp.com/
https://transcendingobscurity.aisamerch.com/ (US)
https://transcendingobscurity.8merch.com/ (EU)

Sisyphean Colours Of Faith Gatefold Lp

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