Posted by Imperator on 29th August, 2022 @ 18:02 UTCBy Imperator on 29-08-2022 @ 18:02 UTC

"Lagu" is scheduled for release on the 30th of September, marking the band's first release in almost five years.

Caïnan Dawn premiere new track
Caïnan Dawn premiere new track

French Black Metal mystics France Caïnan Dawn have just premiered a brand new track from their upcoming album, "Lagu", which is due for release on the 30th of September via industry veterans Osmose Productions. The new song is titled "Apnea", and is the seventh track on the album:


The album undoubtedly has a Lovecraftian oceanic vibe going on, although the only blurb available is quite cryptic itself:

Contemplate – The infinite waves of your soul will let themselves be caught up,
A journey where the sky will be nothing more than a memory.
Dive into this watery vastness, and immerse yourself.
Then he will reveal himself, the deeply conscious being.
Welcome in the drown – An endless slide where the abyssal depths await you for eternity…

The album features nine tracks in total, and will mark the band's first release since 2017's "F.O.H.A.T.":

  1. Nun
  2. Myctophidae
  3. Y'ha-Nthlei
  4. Okeanos
  5. Atlantis
  6. Septima
  7. Apnea
  8. Lagu
  9. Profundum

"Lagu" is now available for pre-order from the Osmose Productions store in jewelcase CD format:

Cainan Dawn Lagu

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