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Ukranian black metal act Neizbezhnost has released a new album titled "Would It Be Reasonable..." and the band is now streaming several tracks from the release online. You can listen to the songs "Tranquility," "Evil Inside," "Alive Corpse," "Do Good!," and "Demon of Television" by heading over to the Neizbezhnost Reverbnation page here.
The band also commented on the album:
"The concept and main idea of the album is to do good, positive things and to follow general human morality like we as a society should be. It seems that in today's world, most people care mostly about themselves and it's everybody out for themselves.
"You can see it on our highways, in the workplace, on television, pretty much everywhere. The message of 'Would It Be Reasonable...' is to care about others, do good, positive things and get back to being moral!"
Sullen Records has announced the signing of Neizbezhnost.
Neizbezhnost began in August of 2007 when members Andrii Magas’ (vocals, guitars, synthesizers) and Andrii Vynnychenko (drums) made the decision to form a melodic black band. It wasn't much longer before Dmytro Soroka joined the band to cover bass duties. In April of 2008 they would release their first self titled demo.
Now Neizbezhnost return with their first label sponsored release titled, "Inevitability," which will be released via Sullen Records in late 2008.
In the meantime, you can check out Neizbezhnost on their MySpace page.