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Eohum Streaming New Single "Eurocide"

Montreal black metal band Éohum is now streaming second single "Eurocide," taken off upcoming EP "Ealdfaeder," which is set for release on March 18th.

Band founder and guitarist Jeremy Perkins comments: "'Eurocide' is the opener to our EP, a direct introduction with sounds of flutes and drum, influenced by the Celtic and Gaulic sound. Notes you would of heard in ancient Druidic ceremonies and festivals.

"It is a song I keep close to my heart and I believe it can be seen as our manifesto, speaking of the loss of tradition, culture and identity, these being side effects of any form of colonization and indoctrination of any peoples on Earth throughout the globe at any time in history. I think every culture can come together and relate globally.

"Musically, it is what I can call a literal progressive structure where we play 9 distinct riffs in a row without returning to a break, before returning to our final riffs and outro as we commenced with and it works great! Brings us to a place where human societies and nature lived symbiotically and in balance!"

1. Eurocide (6:16)
2. Unmasking A World Of Deceit (6:10)
3. The Apathetic Plague (7:41)
4. Ode To A Martyr (4:34)
5. Curative Undulations (4:39)

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