Formed in 2012, New Hampshire-based Solium Fatalis quickly entered the scene with a self-titled debut the following year. Best categorized as a blackened death metal outfit, the band—whose name translates to “Deadly Throne”—have been hard at work, cranking out a second full-length release not even two years later. For a project that showed plenty of potential in 2013, The Undying Season does not disappoint. It’s a significant stride forward for Solium Fatalis and one that shows they know how to communicate their take on death metal to the world.
It’s new release Tuesday—time for another edition of Just the Tip! Here are the new releases (and old release) we’ll be discussing on the podcast this week!
February 17, 2015
Solium Fatalis – The Undying Season (Galy Records)
Soooo…this thing isn’t on Spotify or Bandcamp. Or Soundcloud. Bold strategy there, guys. Corey and I have the full album and will be ready to discuss on the pod, but…unless you guys want to buy this thing sound unheard, you’re gonna have to settle for the band’s new single, “Corruptor,” for now.
Death Karma – The History of Death & Burial Rituals Part I (Iron Bonehead)
Kraków – Amaran (Dark Essence)
We’ll also have written reviews of these and other new releases here on the site throughout the week, but for now, take a listen and check back later this week for our spoken thoughts in Episode 40!
Other New Releases of Note:
- Sumac – The Deal (Profound Lore)
- Primitive Man – Home Is Where the Hatred Is (Relapse)
- Barshasketh / Void Ritual split (Broken Limbs)
- Sarpanitum – Blessed Be My Brothers… (Willowtip)
- Vardan – The Night, The Loneliness (Moribund)