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Lithuanian phenomenal progressive/sludge/post-metal band Cunabula release first single from upcoming debut album »The Weight Of Sleep«

Vilnius, Lithuania based atmospheric sludge/post-metal band Cunabula has released the first single »Silent Somber Suns« taken from their upcoming debut album, »The Weight Of Sleep«, due out on August 11th, 2023 via Sleaszy Rider Records / Adirondack Black Mass.

01. Bruxa
02. Drown To Become Water
03. We Are The Prey
04. The Weight Of Sleep
05. Silent Somber Suns
06. Sh’eenaz

Courtesy of Solid Rock PR:

Cunabula hails from Vilnius, Lithuania. A dark, deep and crushing phenomenon with disturbing female growls is unlike anything local, or further, metal bands offer. While trying to categorize Cunabula’s music one may find that stylistic boundaries are non-existent. Compositions carry post, sludge, progressive, ambient, even black metal sound. And everything melts into a strange organism that breathes relentless darkness.

Cunabula started in 2016. Their live performances leave listeners in a state of fear and hypnosis. The same would apply to their upcoming new music.

Photo by Lunaria Wonderland

The music for this release was recorded in several Lithuanian recording studios: Lapės Records (drums), Black Box Recordings (vocals), Agirdi Audio (guitar and bass). A Latvian artist, Gints Lundbergs, is responsible for mixing and mastering. His portfolio includes cooperation with, among others, Dissection, Frailty and Skyforger. The album cover was created by Nojus Petrauskas.

Date of release is scheduled for August 11, 2023. The CD will be released by Sleaszy Rider SRL, pre-order here. The album will also be released on vinyl via the American label Adirondack Black Mass.

First single titled »Silent Somber Suns« you can listen here!

Cunabula is:
Godumi – Vocals
Kostas Balčiūnas – Guitars
Jurgis Sakalauskas – Guitars
Tadas Žukauskas – Bass
Vytis Vainilaitis – Drums

For fans of Isis, Cult Of Luna, Psychonaut, Deafheaven.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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