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Below is our complete Hrizg 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.

Hrizg Unveils New Lineup

Hrizg returns with fresh news - after 10 years alone, Erun Dagoth (AKA Hrizg until now) has summoned three wandering souls: Enserune (Enserune, Neverendinghate, ex-Lucifuego) on bass, Kaornekan (ex-Bittencross, ex-Fatal Portrait) on guitar, and Varkhen (ex-Bittencross, ex-Forestdome, ex-Fatal Portrait) on drums.

"Individualism," the band's third album released this summer by Moribund Records, has set an end to an era. As Erun Dagoth stated, "This album marks an epoch, an unholy trinity with Oaken Path of Grief [2007] and Anthems to Decrepitude [2011]. Now begins another age. I think the music and essence will go to the next level."

Hrizg is working on new material for a next Moribund release, in addition to preparing some old songs for upcoming live shows. Booking is encouraged by writing to the address management@morbidshrineproductions.com. More...

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Hrizg Streaming "From Endless Blackness"

Today, Spanish black metal band Hrizg premieres the new song "From Endless Blackness." Listen in at GunShyAssassin.com here.

Appropriately titled "From Endless Blackness" hails from Hrizg's forthcoming new album, "Individualism," which is set for release on June 22nd via Moribund Records. "Individualism" sees this one-man black metal cult perfecting his iron-willed, iron-clad craft, contorting the otherworldly mysticism of ancient black metal to his own isolationist design.

Mainman Erun-Dagoth comments: "I did Individualism as a call for the inner strength against those ones who crawl through the scene holding the banner of weakness. HRIZG plays black metal for the strongest of the strong!"

The album's track listing is as follows:

I. Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes (1:24)
II. The Darkness I Witness (3:31)
III. No Life After Life (3:25)
IV. To Leave the Roots Grow... (1:48)
V. Night of the Wolf (4:45)
VI. When the Cryings are for the Weak (4:06)
VII. The Hall of Falseness and Impurity (4:44)
VIII. The Strong Against the Stronger (2:57)
IX. From Endless Blackness (4:24)
X. With a Crown of Bitterness (5:27)
XI. The Lament of God (4:53)

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Hrizg Announces Album Release

Moribund Records has announced June 22nd as the release date for Hrizg's "Individualism" album. The label comments:

"Ever aptly titled, Individualism sees this one-man black metal cult perfecting his iron-willed, iron-clad craft, contorting the otherworldly mysticism of ancient black metal to his own isolationist design.

"Compared to 2011's celebrated Anthems to Decrepitude, Hrizg's Individualism drives at both extremes - classic grimness vs. tense atonality - but arrives at a destination no less sepulchral and dynamic. Enter the realm of Individualism..."

The track listing is as follows:

I. Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes (1:24)
II. The Darkness I Witness (3:31)
III. No Life After Life (3:25)
IV. To Leave the Roots Grow... (1:48)
V. Night of the Wolf (4:45)
VI. When the Cryings are for the Weak (4:06)
VII. The Hall of Falseness and Impurity (4:44)
VIII. The Strong Against the Stronger (2:57)
IX. From Endless Blackness (4:24)
X. With a Crown of Bitterness (5:27)
XI. The Lament of God (4:53)

Hrizg mainman Erun-Dagoth also states: "I did Individualism as a call for the inner strength against those ones who crawl through the scene holding the banner of weakness. Hrizg plays black metal for the strongest of the strong!" More...

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HRIZG Completes Third Album

Italian black metal group, HRIZG has completed its second recording "Individualism" for Moribund Records. The album is the band's third overall and follows its 2011 effort "Anthems to Decrepitude."

Erun-Dagoth comments on the album, "All I can say is that Individualism is a kind of mixture between my two previous albums and the best effort I have done as a solo instrumentalist. As for lyrics, they are also more into the nihilist and misanthropic philosophy."

Projected released date by MORIBUND is in the vicinity of June/July 2014. Cover and track listing to be revealed imminently, but in the meantime, view a video of Erun-Dagoth recording drums for Individualism at Khazad-Dûm Studios:

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