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Et Moriemur

From: Czech Republic
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Et Moriemur News

Below is our complete Et Moriemur news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Et Moriemur Premiere New Song "Agnus Dei"

Czech doom band Et Moriemur premiere a new song entitled "Agnus Dei", taken from their upcoming new album "Epigrammata", which will be released on March 20th by Transcending Obscurity Records.

Check out now "Agnus Dei" below.

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Et Moriemur Streaming Full Album

The Czech outfit Et Moriemur just released new album "Ex Nihilo In Nihilum" via Solitude Productions earlier this week.

Now you can also stream all the album's tracks online. Give it a listen in the player below, or pick up a copy to call your own at this location. The track listing is as follows:

1. Sea Of Trees 07:19
2. Dissolving 05:30
3. Norwegian Mist 05:28
4. Liebeslied 05:30
5. Angst 01:46
6. Nihil 09:15
7. Le Choix 05:51
8. Black Mountain 16:29
9. Below 01:46 More...

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Et Moriemur Posts New Video

The Czech doomsters from Et Moriemur just released a music video for the song "Liebeslied," taken from the band's second full-length album entitled "Ex Nihilo In Nihilum." The CD will be released on November 17th by the Russian doom label Solitude Productions.

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Et Moriemur To Release New Album

The Czech existential doomsters in Et Moriemur are back, after a three year absence, with a new album.

The CD will be titled "Ex Nihilo In Nihilum" and will be released this Autumn on the doom metal label Solitude Productions. A teaser trailer for the album is also available below.

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Et Moriemur Announces New Album

Prague's Et Moriemur has announced the band's new album, and follow-up to the "Lacrimae Rerum" EP, will be titled "Cupio Dissolvi."

"Cupio Dissolvi," a concept album about suicide, will be released on the 20th October 2011 by the metal magazine Parat and according to the band will consist of 9 tracks comprising "strong melodies, heavy riffing, and desperate vocals with existential lyrics sung in English, Latin, Italian, German, Czech and Russian."

Et Moriemur has also just recorded a track for the tribute CD to the Czech black metal legend Törr, and in December the group will open for Saturnus gigs in Prague and Brno.

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