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New Song "The Innermost Disillusion" Streaming From Inferno

Czech Republic black metal act Inferno is streaming the new song "The Innermost Disillusion" over at Decibel at this location (also in the player below). The song will appear on the band's upcoming new album "Gnosis Kardias (Of Transcension and Involution)," which is set for international release on April 4th via W.T.C. Productions.

"Gnosis Kardias (Of Transcension and Involution)" picks up the threads of the crucial previous recording "Omniabsence Filled by His Greatness," presenting five new songs and one which concludes and opens the album at the same time. The band made a single step backwards to evaluate and explore the essence responsible for the previous opus in order to create an even stronger and more refined album.

Musically, one can expect a natural fusion of genuine black metal and deeply-felt psychedelia. The new songs further explore the pathways presented by "Omniabsence Filled by His Greatness," but there are compositions and ideas which could not have been heard before. The scorching aggression and mesmeric calm, darkness and light, straightforwardness and progressive tendencies - all are merged into a single magical whole. Lyrics and music will open many spiritual paths, some leading towards damnation, and others that lead to the long-desired dissolution in the absolute. But some also offer a glimpse into the core of the eternal tragedy, the breaking on the wheel of existence and rebirth, to which all who refuse to open their hearts are condemned.

The track listing for the album is:

1. The Innermost Disillusion
2. Abysmal Cacophony
3. Upheaval of Silence
4. O > 1 (Oscillation in Timelessness)
5. Gate-eye of Fractal Spiral
6. Orison for the Baneful Serpent

Check out " The Innermost Disillusion" here:

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