Posted by Imperator on 24th June, 2022 @ 07:23 UTCBy Imperator on 24-06-2022 @ 07:23 UTC

The band's debut full-length, titled "Muse of the Damned", was released today via Osmose Productions.

Veter Daemonaz premiere debut album
Veter Daemonaz premiere debut album

Russian Black Metal newcomers Russia Veter Daemonaz have just released their debut full-length album, which is titled "Muse of the Damned", and was released today via Osmose Productions. The entire album is also streaming online through the BMP YouTube channel, check it out:

 


The label had this to say regarding the band and the album:

Veter Daemonaz from a gloomy St. Petersburg presents its debut full-length album. The project has come a long way from a garage "one man band", through a line-up change and agonizing creative quest, to cooperation with the key figures of Russian underground with the aim to embody its current main creation – “Muse of the Damned”.

The essence of the band ideas is invited to your attention. The album is expressed in black metal language. It is imbued with mysticism and filled with deep lyrical and melodic symbolism.


Complete tracklist is as follows:

  1. Muse of the Damned - Part I
  2. Under the Banners of Night
  3. The Conqueror's Crown
  4. Twilight
  5. Moon Sorcery
  6. The Sun into the Kingdom of the Blind
  7. The Thread
  8. Muse of the Damned - Part II


"Muse of the Damned" is now available in jewelcase CD through the Osmose Productions store, or alternatively via the label's Bandcamp page in digital format:

https://www.osmoseproductions.com/item/2/94903-110402-1101-1-0/122199243/veter-daemonaz-muse-of-the-damned.html
https://osmoseproductions.bandcamp.com/album/muse-of-the-damned

Veter Daemonaz Muse Of The Damned

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