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Humut Tabal Streaming New Song

Eternal-Terror.com has posted a brand new track from envelope-pushing USBM entity Humut Tabal. The song, "In the Shade ov Lord Satan's Wings," is streaming now at this location, and also below. The entire eight songs on the release may be listened to via bandcamp as well.

Improvisational and Aleatory-inspired black metal from the Hills of Central Texas, "The Dark Emperor ov the Shadow Realm" was just released June 21st. The new opus is an eight-track concept album that tells the tale of a misanthrope in a post-apocalyptic wasteland who experiments with established occult practices before looking solely inward and transcending the physical and spiritual bonds of the world and of human preconception.

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Humut Tabal Posts New Track

The improvisational and Aleatory-inspired black metal band from the Hills of Central Texas, Humut Tabal, will be releasing "The Dark Emperor ov the Shadow Realm" on June 21st. Stream the title track from the upcoming release below.

The new opus is an eight-track concept album that tells the tale of a misanthrope in a post-apocalyptic wasteland who experiments with established occult practices before looking solely inward and transcending the physical and spiritual bonds of the world and of human preconception.


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Abigail Williams Plays Last Austin Show

Normally, we find Abigail William’s name in smaller font than the other acts listed on their flyer promoting a North American jaunt. This tour, however, features the group going solo on a headlining North American tour. After nearly a decade of supporting the world’s best extreme metal acts, it’s only proper that Candlelight Record’s most prolific artist becomes the featured act at each stop, especially considering this is their last tour.

One of the reasons for their disbanding is an inability to keep band members. Abigail Williams once led a cast of five members, including ex-Cradle of Filth keyboardist Ashley "Ellyllon" Jurgemeyer. Founding member Ken Sorceron came to town this time as a stripped down three-piece. The group used a synthesizer to replicate cinematic moments. This small lineup was perfect for Beerland’s small stage. It’s dark and narrowed halls were also fit the small audience well. More...

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