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Nekromant unleash the second single »Behind The Veil Of Eyes« taken from their fourth full-length album »Temple Of Haal«

Swedish heavy/doom metal trio Nekromant unleash the second single and closing track »Behind The Veil Of Eyes« taken from their fourth full-length album, »Temple Of Haal«, set to release on December 3rd, 2021 via Despotz Records.

01. Sileni
02. The Woods
03. Olórin’s Song
04. Nekrolith
05. Vaenir Dreams
06. King Serpent
07. Häckle Klint
08. Temple Of Haal
09. Behind The Veil Of Eyes

Courtesy of Earsplit PR:

Swedish heavy metal power trio Nekromant will release their fourth full-length, »Temple Of Haal«, via their new label home of Despotz Records this Winter. In advance of its release, the band is pleased to unleash the album’s second single, »Behind The Veil Of Eyes«.

Hailing from the city of Vänersborg and formerly known as Serpent, Nekromant is renowned for delivering an authentic and effortlessly brilliant oldschool metal assault. Standing on the shoulders of metal giants such as Black Sabbath and Pentagram, the band is well versed in the art of crushing riffs and powerful melodies, boasting a sound that echoes the might of the past with an eye cast toward the future. From a punishing percussive battery through to the Iommi-esque guitars, Nekromant understands that the riff is king, as demonstrated throughout their superb new long player.

Comments the band of their epic »Behind The Veil Of Eyes«, “This song is cold as ice but at the same time warming. The lyrics convey a notion of hopelessness but acceptance before an impending doom. Adam delivers the vocals in the verses with great merit. In short, a joyful little tune about darkness and death.”

Photo by Robert Hellström

Stream the band’s previously released single, »The Woods«, at THIS LOCATION.

Nekromant’s »Temple Of Haal« will be released on CD, LP, and digitally December 3rd. Find physical pre-orders at THIS LOCATION and digital orders HERE.

»Temple Of Haal« embraces a typical Swedish darkness in a desire to reject the notion of living life through social media and seeks to reconnect with the things that really matter. The new album is an unashamedly old school heavy metal record, blessed with crushing riffs and inescapable hooks. The band has a large and loyal following, and the new album is very much in keeping with what those fans have come to expect from this acclaimed Scandinavian three-piece. With »Temple Of Haal«, Nekromant brings a new level of Swedish bleakness to the world.

Nekromant is:
Mattias Ottosson – Bass, Vocals
Adam Lundqvist – Guitars
Joakim Olsson – Drums

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

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