Norilsk Streaming "Japetus" EP Title Track
Gatineau, QC death/doom/sludge duo Norilsk - consisting of Nicolas Miquelon (Damnus, The Great Russian Empire, ex-Kintra) and Nick Richer (Damnus, Doll, Outrage AD) - is proud to unleash the first and title track "Japetus" from a forthcoming EP set for release on July 22nd.
Named after Siberia’s most northern city, Norilsk draws inspirations and themes from Northern identity, isolation, and world demise.
“Norilsk is definitely something I wanted to do for a long time” says Nicolas Miquelon. “Revisiting old school influences with today’s perspective gave me the opportunity to exorcise the darkness within – and nothing seemed more appropriate as a breathing exercise than doom-death metal.”
Presented in a very limited CD edition and digital format, the "Japetus" EP is both an introduction to the band and a teaser to future recordings. Clocking just under 20-minutes, the EP includes the title track "Japetus," which will be on the band's later planned full length album, and also features one alternate version of "Potsdam Glo" along with a cover of Voivod's song "Negatron."
1. Japetus (08:14)
2. Negatron (05:43)
3. Potsdam Glo (05:43)
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