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Depicting Abysm And Temple Of Void Sign To Rain Without End

Naturmacht Productions / Rain Without End Records are extremely pleased to announce the signing of two up and coming underground bands: Depicting Abysm and Temple of Void. The following press release was issued about the bands:

"Depicting Abysm is a two-man depressive black metal act from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Depicting Abysm plays an atmospheric brand of depressive black metal in the vein of Austere and features two members of Epitimia. Thick atmospheres and dream-like melodies full of darkness and beauty. The sound of Depicting Abysm is full of contrast. The band recently appeared on the 2013 split album 'Silentium!' with fellow Russian bands Windbruch and Gmork. 'Silentium!' was released as a free download by Hypnotic Dirge Records. Naturmacht Productions will release Depicting Abysm’s debut full length 'Immersion' in December 2013. Current line-up:

A - all instruments & programming
K - vocals

"Temple of Void is a 5-piece death doom band from Detroit, Michigan. ToV plays a heavy blend of old school death metal and doom with some modern influences. Thick, heavy grooves with dark melodies and harmonies conjure a fresh take on the old school sound of the early 90's death/doom bands. The band is quickly making a name for themselves in the underground doom scene with the release of their acclaimed demo 'Demo MMXIII.' ToV will join the Rain Without End Records roster as they begin work on their debut full length. A vinyl edition will also be released by Saw Her Ghost Records. Current line-up:

Alex Awn – Guitars
Eric Blanchard – Guitars
Mike Erdody – Vocals
Jason Pearce –Drums
Brent Satterly – Bass

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