HASTURIAN VIGIL premiere new track at InvisibleOranges.com

Epic black metallers Hasturian Vigil premiere the new track „Ikaath the Seven Horned“ at heavily trafficked web-portal InvisibleOranges.com. The track is the second to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated debut album, Unveiling the Brac’thal, set for international release on February 2nd via Invictus Productions: Hasturian Vigil Destroys Pretenders With a Riff Onslaught (Early Song Debut) (invisibleoranges.com)

Formed in the Dimension of Chains, with cosmic chaos and deathmagick, Hasturian VigilL seek to relinquish mortal ignorance with their brand of black metal, inspired by Mortuary Drape, Absu, Mercyful Fate, Negative Plane, and Zemial as well as a dose of classic heavy metal. Both familiar and foreign, the resultant four-song Unveiling the Brac’thal debut album comprises 33 minutes of epic, archaic splendor – labyrinths of majesty & malice that scourge the mind and body with equal relish. You want riffs? There are RIFFS. You want leads? There are LEADS. What about mystery and mysticism? Tons. A veritable bounty of black METAL, the Riddle of Steel draped in sensuous obsidian.

Indeed, the Irish two-piece walk their own path across Unveiling the Brac’thal, conceptualizing an entirely original mythos, inspired by authors such as Lovecraft, Machen, Lord Dunsany, and Yeats. This „Yith-Melle“ mythos is embraced with their fascination for cosmic dread, deranged pantheons, and unspeakable curses! Thus, the power-duo of Cxaathesz and Shygthoth strike both as guides and teachers, torches ablaze with illumination almost incomprehensible to mere mortals. Prepare for the preachings of Hasturian Vigil!