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Beneath the Storm – New Music

Have we mentioned how much we love doom music? The varieties are endless, and it’s a wonderful mix of musical simplicity and complexity.Beneath-the-Storm---Picture

Beneath the Storm is dark doom music from Argonauta Records. It falls under the post-metal umbrella because it has little to no vocals, gives a nod the the horror sub-culture with a few well picked movie samples, and drifts into drone territory. This is beautiful slow, low music.

Beneath the Storm pulls from black metal, even symphonic black metal, to create these wonderful soundscapes that are easy to get lost in. Murky is a great word for this style of music, because it is evocative far beyond what any typical label can express.

One Sheet Press Release:
After receiving positive feedback across the board with their album “Temples of Doom”, Slovenia Funeral Doom band BENEATH THE STORM are back with a new album. Following the scaring atmospheres of their previous work, and improving the sound with a hypnotic and claustrophobic touch, the band have created a monumental work of creepy tension where Drone, Sludge and Horror Music reach unexpected levels. “Evil Reflections”, a full hour of monolithic blast, out on noble DigiSleeve CD edition.

 Dedicated worldwide promotion campaign through Nee-Cee Agency (Ghost, Megadeth, Soundgarden)
 Press-kit for all the relevant medias
 Daily updates on social networks and label sites (www.argonautarecords.com – http://www.facebook.com/argonautarecords)

 Out on noble digisleeve CD limited edition 300 copies, glossy lacquer.
 Scaring Funeral Death Doom improved with Horror Music atmospheres.
 Recommended to fans of AHAB, RWAKE and early ELECTRIC WIZARD.

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This entry was posted on July 21, 2014 by in Posts and tagged .
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