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Crom Dubh Streams Full New "Heimweh" Album

"Heimweh," the monstrous and all-encompassing debut LP from London-based epic/melodic black metal horde Crom Dubh is now streaming in its entirety below, courtesy of No Clean Singing, as the album is now out through Germany's cult label Ván Records.

"Heimweh" (meaning homesickness), continues the narrative of the band's 2010 EP, "Deifr," in which the gathering and dissolution of a great river operated as a metaphor for the rise and fall of nations and civilizations. "Heimweh" follows a similar narrative, albeit with a focus on the life of the lone individual within this tumult, following a traditional cradle-to-grave progression throughout the course of the album that runs parallel to Hesiod's five ages of man. The album handles themes of loss, ruthlessness, nostalgia, exile, and death, thinking on the journey ahead and the way home.

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