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Japanese symphonic black metal act Juno Bloodlust has announced the new album "The Lord of Obsession" is being released today. The artwork can be viewed below, and the track listing is:
2. Total eclipse, Sinister prophet
3. The Lord of Obsession
4. Into the Forest
5. The Forest of Despair
6. Justice is Dead
7. In this coffin of immortelles
8. Black as a Crow More...
Juno Bloodlust has posted another recording studio video online, which can be viewed below. The band also commented on the clip:
"In this video, Summum Algor is playing whole song of 'In this coffin of immortelles' for his practice. He has already recorded all songs for 1st full length album. Now I am mixing it, and I'm sure it will sound very nice. And also I am recording guitars, bass and vocals. I think we will be able to finish everything for the 1st album this August!"
Juno Bloodlust has posted a second studio recording clip for the band's upcoming album. You can check out the clip below, and the band also commented on the video:
"Our recording seems to be going very well. This is another drum session video by Summum Algor. He plays 3 songs in this video same like the previous one. Enjoy!
Juno Bloodlust, which was covered in an edition of Metalunderground.com's "Unearthing the Underground" column here, has now posted a drum session clip for the band's upcoming album. You can check out the clip below, and the band also commented:
"Finally, we've started working for our 1st album!! This drum session is performed by our Italian drummer Summum Algor. Hope you enjoy it!"
Nostalgic Darkness, the two man metal act featuring the Reverend John Hex (formerly of Vintage Flesh) and Juno Bloodlust, has posted a new song titled "Black Blizzards" online. The song can be heard in the player below.
Japanese solo black metal act Juno Bloodlust has checked in with the following announcement about recruiting two new members:
"Finally, I proudly announce the joining of 2 new members. 'Summum Algor' on Drums, and 'Negatium Corporis' on Bass. You can hear their play on our new song which is called 'Justice is Dead.' So, Juno Bloodlust is no more a one-man project. Their joining have been determined in the end of March 2010. It has been debated very carefully, and we have done several rough recordings.
"They are Italian, but having same mind, same music taste, and same philosophy with me who live in Japan. I also went to Italy this summer to meet them. Then I felt there is no doubt to let them join in, because both of them are awesome people. We will re-record past songs for the first full-length albums."
Each week in "Unearthing the Metal Underground," we'll be putting the spotlight on a few quality underground bands in an attempt to get the word out. This week we’ll be uncovering three bands that aren’t connected by geographical location, but rather by their decision to go it alone as solo black metal musicians.
By eschewing the benefits and difficulties inherent to a full band, the solo black metal artist is completely unchained by outside influence. A one man black metal group is only constrained by the limitations of his own imagination to create exactly the sound and feel he wants in any release. With how it easy it has become to create a professional sounding release at home it shouldn’t be any surprise that creative minds would want to completely take the reins of their musical direction. More...
Japanese solo black metal artist Juno Bloodlust contributed two songs to the "Oriental Abyss" split album, which was released in February 2010 through Zero Dimensional records. Juno Bloodlust is currently streaming both tracks from the split album online. The songs "Total Eclipse, Sinister Prophet" and "In This Coffin of Immortelles" can be heard via the official Juno Bloodlust MySpace page.