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Hungarian black/death metal outfit Verilun has a new video clip online for cover tune "Where The Wild Roses Grow," taken from the album "Murder Ballads" from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, originally performed Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue.
Verliun's rendition was recorded and mixed at Q-Studio by András Kulcsár and features guest female vocals from Sziszy Járfás.
Hungarian doom/death/black combo Verilun will release a new album titled "Home For The Dead" on December the 23rd via Sliptrick Records.
Verilun was born in 2010 in Szombathely, Hungary and the name means "Blood Moon," a Hungarian description of the planet Mars.
Hungarian doomy death/black combo Verilun has signed a deal with Sliptrick Records. The label comments:
"Born in 2010 in Szombathely, Hungary, Verilun (whose name is taken from the Hunnic language and means 'Blood moon,' the Hunnish name of planet Mars) was formed by members of other well-known Hungarian bands:
Zoltan Sconberger (drums) ex-Seart Bliss,
Krisztian Varga (guitar) ex-Monastery / Hayseed,
Gyorgy Varga (bass / vocal) ex-Dalriada
"Following a few line-up adjustments and the ‘Blood Moon’ EP, Verilun will enter the studio in July to start recording the new album. Drums will be recorded at 'Q Studio' in Szombathely, Hungary, followed by different sessions in other recording facilities."