We’re going back in time. On the one hand in snowy, liveless and rough landscapes that Nebran reveals and reminds of old releases by bands that you are no longer allowed to pronounce on all those stupid social media. Black Metal only seems to polarize and that on all fronts, we can’t agree with that, because all your concerns are irrelevant. Follow your will and not earthly matters. On the Nebran side you will find a perfect mix of old German/Norse Black Metal. On the other hand, Zmyrna tie in with the sound of their first release. We get medieval Black Metal with a lot of atmospheric and acoustic elements. Here you can clearly feel that Zmyrna are basically orienting themselves more towards old school metal – above all towards Czech or Slovak releases. Hear the sorrow howling down the corridors!
The first release will be the Urtod Void cassette. A second cassette will follow by Forbidden Sonority, a CD by Goatowarex and a vinyl LP by Hexencave Productions.
Music and lyrics written and recorded by Adrastos in Pretzfeld in winter MMXXI/MMXXII.
Drums and outro recorded by Aer.
Mixed by Adrastos in may MMXXII.
Mastering by Anders Axelsson in fall MMXXII.
Photo by L. Alpha (not on the UV cassette).
Nebran logo by Chris/Misanthropic Art.
Recorded in MMXXII at Dödsmord Studio.
Mix and master by Anders Axelsson.
Sound in Canticum nonum by Samuel Jurkovič.
Preaching in Canticum nonum by Humbertus de Romanis.
Cover art by Blooming Stones.
Band photography by Lukáš Cetera (not on the UV cassette).
Layout by Urtod – The Horrible.
1. Winter Realm
2. Journey To Emptiness
3. Vom Untergang alter Zeiten
2. Canticum octavum
3. Canticum nonum