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Mystic Echo From A Funeral Dimension


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Metallurgical Fire The beginning of a seamless, near perfect discography that captures a dynamic contrast of melody and brutality, savagery and contemplation. In less than two years we have three amazing albums from this artist, and I look forward to what’s next.

This album has the brutal percussion that also shows up on Esoctrilihum’s second release, but is scaled down a bit on the new album. I’m partial to the heavier drums for sure. Favorite track: BltQb (Black Collapse).
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craigsutherland Yea string all the motherfucker posers up using power poles for all to see! Favorite track: Infernus Spiritas.
Stephen M Bennett
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Stephen M Bennett very atmospheric black metal with the drums leading the way,guitars are lower in the mix but helps give it more atmosphere,keyboards are present to,epic songs,great vocals & drums,a brilliant start from Asthâghul Favorite track: Ancient Ceremony From Astral Land.
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trill-dilly-92 this shit is sooooo rad Favorite track: Ancient Ceremony From Astral Land.
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undd_sorcery Thank you for serving me my cup of metal tee. Favorite track: Following The Mystical Light Of The Shadow Forest (Final Path To Death).
Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye Quite an astonishing debut. There's such a great balance between quiet opulence and ancient aggression. More black metal excellence from France. Favorite track: Following The Mystical Light Of The Shadow Forest (Final Path To Death).
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Jewel case CD, 8-page booklet, with artwork by Luciana Nedelea. Limited to 300 copies!

“Mystic Echo From A Funeral Dimension” is the promising debut of ESOCTRILIHUM, an enigmatic band from France devoted to a majestic kind of black metal made of aggressive riffs and transcending melodies. Nothing is known about Asthâghul, ESOCTRILIHUM's sole member. Although clearly in debt with the black metal masters of the 90s, he's been able to carve out his own style, treading a line between unadulterated rage and ecstatic contemplation; between primitive instinct and exquisite technique. The result is “Mystic Echo From A Funeral Dimension”, an esoteric voyage towards nocturnal and silent landscapes illuminated by the cold moonlight.

Each song is a mystic key that opens the gates to otherworldly dimensions of darkness, inhabited by elemental spirits and cruel ancient gods. ESOCTRILIHUM explores the obscure lands existing between dream and death to unveil the unfathomable secrets that tie Nature and Man together. Thanks to a thunderous sound drenched in echo and reverb, the transcendental aura of ESOCTRILIHUM's black metal sink the listener into a comatose state, close to fainting, where reality succumbs to powerful visions of cosmic beauty and unknown horrors.

Wrapped in a fascinating painting by Luciana Nedelea, “Mystic Echo From A Funeral Dimension” is a triumphant celebration of the night with its supernatural mysteries, and ESOCTRILIHUM a spiritual guide that leads us through them.


released July 28, 2017

Asthâghul - all instruments and vocals

Written, performed and recorded in 2016

Cover painting and logo by Luciana Nedelea
Art direction and layout by Francesco Gemelli


Cat. Nr. IVR079


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