Posted by Imperator on 11th May, 2022 @ 11:39 UTCBy Imperator on 11-05-2022 @ 11:39 UTC

The band's brand new album, "The Secret Last Syllable", is now being streamed online in its entirety ahead of Saturday's release.

New Synteleia album streaming online in full
New Synteleia album streaming online in full

Greek Black Metal band Greece Synteleia are getting ready to unleash their latest full-length album, titled "The Secret Last Syllable", which will be released on the 14th of May via Floga Records. Until then, the entire album will be available for listening via the BMP YouTube channel, where it will premiere later this afternoon:

 


"The Secret Last Syllable" will mark the band's second full-length, with more Lovecraftian-themed Black Metal. The label elaborated further on the album's concepts:

The natural successor to the band’s stout debut album, The Secret Last Syllable is a significant milestone for SYNTELEIA. With nine mystical songs thematically based on the Cthulhu Mythos by H.P. Lovecraft and The Necronomicon, The Secret Last Syllable comes to leave the indelible mark of SYNTELEIA on the footsteps of the world-renowned Hellenic black metal genre.

Indeed, where the band could be seen as acolytes before, now SYNTELEIA can count themselves among the masters of classic Greek black metal, delivering a malevolent apocryphal opus to be remembered for the years to come.

Dark and sepulchral atmosphere with continuous scaling; guitars that alternate in fast, medium, and slow tempos with daemonic and often melodic riffing; accompanied by ubiquitous keys and symphonic instruments, featuring angelic female soprano vocals as astral highlights, alternating with growling male vocals, getting the chords to the extreme; intuitive bass lines and hellish drum blasts erupting from the glorious past, this album is addressed to an occult/mystical-loving audience.

Speak The Secret Last Syllable with SYNTELEIA!


Complete tracklist is as follows:

  1. Tower of Koth
  2. Emblem of Yith
  3. Nymph of the Pyramids - Part I: The Reign
  4. Nymph of the Pyramids - Part II: The Curse
  5. Escaping Atheron
  6. Harvest the Forest
  7. Into the Abyss - A Passage to Insanity
  8. The Secret Last Syllable
  9. Omega-Alpha


The artwork for "The Secret Last Syllable" was designed by Greek artist Nikos Tsiolis:

Synteleia The Secret Last Syllable


Pre-orders are already available in cassette and CD formats via the Floga Records store, with vinyl scheduled for a later date:

https://flogarecords.com/store/?s=SYNTELEIA



Last edited by Imperator on 11th May, 2022 @ 11:40 UTC
Source: Floga Records

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