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Signatura Rerum Streaming New Song "Blestem Soptit"

Romanian black metal outift Signatura Rerum released new album "In Sfarsit..." at the beginning of the month, and a track from the release titled "Blestem Soptit" can now be heard below. The band also comments:

"The bond between black metal and folk influences gives us that typical Carpathian aura and places us amongst few black metal bands who acquire this kind of musical expression.

"The band was formed at the initiative of Echivoc (vocals) and Vârcolac (quitar) who shaped the first Signatura Rerum's songs. Soon, Exitus (bass) and Stihia (guitar) joined the band.

"Lyrics are based on fantasy and folklore. Our first song 'Muntele Înghe?at' talks about a 'frozen god' from a fictive carpathian kingdom in decline. In this song, people's struggle and pain is well outlined on their road to find the 'Frozen God.'

"The name Signatura Rerum was inspired from Jacob Boehme's book of witchery and mysticism. It means 'The signature of all things.' The band takes just the main theme of the book: a concept, in which every object from the real world has a hidden meaning and that all these signatures are interconnected.

"The official release date of our debut album 'In sfarsit...' (Within The End ...) is programmed on August 1st 2013. 'In sfarsit...' is a metaphor of life after death. There is an inner fight of good versus evil, a succession of events of crucial importance for humanity."

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1. Varcolac writes:

You can listen to the whole album right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_pTszTFXJk

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