Nero Di Marte
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The death metal pioneers from Gorguts have announced a headlining European tour kicking off March 23 in Norway as part of Inferno Fest, and seeing the band traveling throughout the rest of month, making stops in the Netherlands, The UK, France, Spain, Germany, Poland and more before concluding on April 17.
Support on this tour comes from Psycroptic, Dysrhythmia, and Nero Di Marte. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
Gorguts is touring in support of the critically-acclaimed album "Colored Sands" (reviewed here) released back in 2013.
23.03.16 Norway Oslo Inferno Fest, Vulkan Arena Gorguts, Psycroptic only
24.03.16 Sweden Stockholm Fryshuset Klubben
26.03.16 Holland Tilburg 0 1 3
27.03.16 Belgium Brussels Magasin 4
28.03.16 UK Manchester Sound Control
29.03.16 UK Glasgow Ivory Blacks
30.03.16 UK London The Dome
31.03.16 France Evreux Abordage More...
Italian progressive/atmospheric metal quartet Nero Di Marte today unveils an advance stream of sophomore effort “Derivae” prior to its worldwide release on October 27th via Prosthetic Records.
Hear the full release in the player below, thanks to Revolvermag.com. The track listing is as follows:
2. Clouded Allure
6. Il Diluvio
7. Those Who Leave More...
After streaming the previous track "Pulsar" online, Italy's Nero Di Marte today releases another track off upcoming sophomore release "Derivae." Check out "Dite" in the YouTube player below.
"Derivae" was recorded at Studio73 with Riccardo “Rico” Passini (Ephel Duath), with whom the band also collaborated on its self-titled debut. The album is due out October 27th via Prosthetic, and the track listing is as follows:
2. Clouded Allure
6. Il Diluvio
7. Those Who Leave More...
Italian experimental metal act Nero Di Marte is streaming the new single "Pulsar," the second track released from the upcoming new album "Derivae." The album is set for release via Prosthetic Records on October 27th (EU/UK), October 28th (USA) and Nov .1 (Germany).
The track list for the album is:
2. Clouded Allure
6. Il Diluvio
7. Those Who Leave
Check out the clip here: More...
Italian experimental metal act Nero Di Marte posted a trailer clip for the upcoming new release "Derivae." The album's title was taken from the Italian phrase "andare alla Deriva" ("to go adrift") and correlates with the lyrical theme for the release. The album is set for release via Prosthetic Records on October 27th (EU/UK), October 28th (USA) and Nov .1 (Germany).
Check out the clip here:
Nero di Marte announced that the impending sophomore studio release "Derivae" will drop this fall via Prosthetic Records. The album's title was taken from the Italian phrase "andare alla Deriva" ("to go adrift") and correlates with the lyrical themes, which vocalist Sean Worrell describes as "tragically searching for something that maybe isn't there...letting yourself go and becoming swayed by the unknown."
Three years in the making, "Derivae" was recorded, mixed and mastered using 100% analog without use of any digital post-processing with Riccardo "Paso" Pasini at Studio73 (Ephel Duath, Void of Sleep). Keep an eye out for further details in the coming weeks. More...
After having all their gear stolen on the road, Nero Di Marte and Void of Sleep have launched a crowd funding campaign to buy new equipment and record a split release. Full details are available right here, and Nero Di Marte comments:
"As some of you may know, on Sunday March 23rd after a show in Rome, Nero di Marte and Void of Sleep were robbed of all their instruments and gear.
"In less than 30 minutes someone broke into our van and was able to take everything. It happened in broad daylight near a police station in Rome, despite there being a massive amount of police forces surveilling the area but, alas, no security cameras.
"Guitars, amps, pedalboards, drums, merchandise and personal belongings… a total amount of 25.000€ was stolen from both bands. They took everything.
"The sad reality of this situation is that without any instruments we cannot continue as a band. We can’t play, rehearse, tour, record a new album.
"It took us years to buy our gear, and to start from absolutely nothing, without any help, means paralyzing anything we could do for a long time or seriously put ourselves into debt beyond what we can afford.
"In the last few days we’ve received hundreds of messages and phone calls from friends and strangers; you’ve amazed us with your support, comprehension and indignation towards what happened.
"You helped us get back on our feet and empower us to immediately react to what happened, and for this we thank you.
"We want to get back to what we know how to do best, play music, and we cannot do it without your help. More...
Italian act Nero Di Marte has unveiled a brand new music video for “Time Dissolves,” which is the second track off of the band's self-titled debut. Check it out below.
The band is excited to announce its first-ever North American tour this winter with Canadian technical death legends Gorguts and Origin. The itinerary is as follows:
12/11 Burlington, VT- Nectar’s
12/12 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
12/13 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance Theater
12/14 Columbus, OH- Alrosa Villa
12/15 Chicago, IL- Cobra Lounge
12/17 Toronto, ON- Wreck Room
12/18 Ottawa, ON – Mavericks
12/19 Quebec City, QC- Cégep de Limoilou
12/20 Montreal, QC – La Tulipe
12/21 Brooklyn, NY- Saint Vitus More...
Experimental act Nero Di Marte has posted the band's full new self-titled album online for streaming. Give "Nero Di Marte" a listen via Metal Sucks at this location.
You can also pre-order the album via Prosthetic Records here, and the track listing is as follows:
1. Convergence (6:28)
2. Time Dissolves (6:33)
3. Resilient (7:26)
4. Nero Di Marte (12:18)
5. Drawn Back (5:56)
6. Anoptikon (9:24) More...
Italian experimental act Nero Di Marte has released the track "Convergence," taken from the band's upcoming self-titled debut, via Metal Hammer. Give the song a listen by clicking here.
Pre-order packages for "Nero Di Marte" are currently available at this location. Prosthetic Records also comments on the band:
"A heady, textured and mature 48 minutes of forward-thinking post-metal, Nero Di Marte's colossal eponymous release -- scheduled for release on March 19 in North America, March 18 in the UK and March 22 throughout Europe -- features six expansive tracks alongside perfectly complementing aesthetics created by designer Alex Eckman-Lawnwill, The group presents a creative, evolved take on progressive, avantgarde and technically precise metal / death metal that recalls the genre-defying spirits of Gojira, Intronaut, The Ocean, Mastodon and Ulcerate. See below for their upcoming schedule of gigs across Italy." More...
Prosthetic Records is proud to announce the signing of experimental metallers Nero Di Marte. The label comments:
"Founded in Bologna, Italy in 2007, Nero Di Marte will unveil their long-awaited self-titled release, a unique and experimental approach to structure, sound and atmosphere, in the spring of 2013. You can check out a teaser video of the new album below.
"Nero di Marte is the Italian name of a pigment, an iron oxide that produces a deep, dark, intense black that, when in contact with other colors, can permanently coat or noticeably transform them. Formerly known as Murder Therapy, the band signed to Dutch label Deity Down Records to release their debut 'Symmetry of Delirium' in 2009, which showcased a very personal style of modern death metal. They have played numerous shows and festivals around Italy and Europe, including performances with major acts such as Cynic, Decapitated, The Ocean, Intronaut, Ulcerate, Svart Crown, Red Fang, Jucifer, The Secret and more. The group also performed at the prestigious Neurotic Deathfest in Tilburg (NL) with Carcass, Immolation, Six Feet Under, Napalm Death, Bolt Thrower and Origin among many others.
"The band’s broadened approach to songwriting was already audible in the 2010 self-released EP 'Molochian,' which marked a stylistic step forward towards more progressive and atmospheric compositions. The following year, the group entered the studio to work on their new album. It was recorded in roughly nine days at Regrexion Studios with Michele Trasforini and then mixed and mastered at Studio73 in Ravenna with producer Riccardo “Paso” Pasini (Ephel Duath, The Secret, Extrema, At the Soundawn). More...