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Debut Album "Ire Ad Patres" Streaming In Full From Selva Rossa

Italian black metal cult Selva Rossa is streaming the debut album "Ire Ad Patres" in full, which you can summon demons with via the player at the bottom. The album is the first of a three album concept which sheds light on Medieval Italian conspiracies.

The band was was born from the idea of creating a testimony of the medieval, esoteric and mystic roots of the territory of Bologna. Einzl & Diasper of dark ambient act Dim Arcana felt the inspiration to pay homage to their city and began to build the basic concept. Selva Rossa was the title that Bologna was referred to, during the middle ages, due to its appearance of an intricate maze of towers and conspiracies, for which the austere and violent aspect reflects in the basis of the music. The debut album "Ire Ad Patres" is the first of a trilogy.

The track listing for the album is:

1. Colonne In Perpetuo
2. Alzati Petroniano
3. Ire Ad Patres
4. La Fiamma Sulla Torre
5. Fero E Aposa
6. L'Ombra Di Antea
7. La Compagnia Della Morte
8. L'Eroe Dimenticato
9. Sub Noctem

Check out the album here:

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