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Disharmony

From: Athens, Greece
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Disharmony Streams New Album

Greek progressive heavy / doom metal band Disharmony has released second full-length album "The Abyss Noir" via GrimmDistribution, and now all the tracks can be heard below. The full track listing consists of:

01. The Abyss Noir
02. Vain Messiah
03. Delirium
04. This Caravan
05. Disposable Heroes (Metallica cover)
06. A Song For A Friend More...

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Disharmony Premieres "The Abyss Noir"

Greek band Disharmony - not to be confused with another Athens band of the exact same name that released latest album "Goddamn The Sun" last month - is due to drop second full-length album "The Abyss Noir" via GrimmDistribution on April 20th.

Ahead of that release, today we're exclusively premiering a lyric video for the title track off the album. Check it out below and let us know what you think!

Pre-orders for the album are online now right here. You can follow the latest info on Disharmony over at the band's Facebook profile.

Formed over two decades ago, Disharmony loves to combine various music influences ranging across heavy, doom, power, and progressive metal. After three demo releases, the band released debut full length titled "Shades Of Insanity" in 2014 via Noisehead Records, leading the band to open for legendary bands like Sanctuary and Arch Enemy in Greece and Cyprus.

A canvas of emotions, art, power, and melody comprise follow-up album "The Abyss Noir," with the title track featuring a dissonant riff progression together with sensational vocal deliveries.

01. The Abyss Noir
02. Vain Messiah
03. Delirium
04. This Caravan
05. Disposable Heroes (Metallica cover)
06. A Song For A Friend More...

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