Thursday, April 9, 2020

Serene Dark Premiere Music Video “Of Serpentine Form” via MetalInjection

          For fans of Septicflesh, Wolfheart, Abigail Williams, Behemoth, Watain, Dissection

                             New Album “Enantiodromia” Out June 5th, 2020

Canada’s Serene Dark have a new album “Enantiodromia” out on June 5, 2020 and in anticipation have released their music video for the single 'Of Serpentine Form', which is currently premiering on Metal Injection HERE
“Enantiodromia” (pronounced en-an-ti-o-dromia) is dark, entrancing and orchestral while maintaining the key elements of death and black metal. The band’s take on the album:
“The album explores the confrontation between the shadow aspect of the personality and the integration of it into the self to create wholeness.  Influenced from philosophy, stoicism, hermetecism and the occult. The album, lyrically, is a journey towards individuation by the exploration of human darkness and transforming that pain into something tangible and meaningful. In essense- to lose one's self entirely to reach perfection.”
Under the name Endemise, the band released Far From The Light (2013) and Anathema (2016), but now with the new name, Serene Dark have made a refreshing start with elements of the previous band still lingering, but taking the songs and style to a new level on this record and experimented with various instruments and vocal styles. This album sets a new calibre and standard for Serene Dark.
“Enantiodromia” is recommended for fans of Septicflesh, Fleshgod Apocalypse, and Rotting Christ.

The band's two previous singles are streaming at the following links:
'Where Time Drowns Still' here.

'Dualitatem' here.  


 Track Listing:

1. Dualitatem
2. Of Serpentine Form
3. Where Time Drowns Still
4. Trance of Disintegration
5. Dweller In The Void of The Spirit
6. Reflecting Envenomed
7. Malocchio
8. Grieving the Distortion of Self
9. The Last Disciple of Dionysus
10. Onward, Burning Radiance

“An epic, heavy and creative vibe to this album which I think would appeal to fans of mid period Dimmu Borgir, Insomnium, Abigail Williams, Fleshgod Apocalypse.” – Loud Stuff
“They produce an array of songs that have an incredible sound that are  magnificently orchestrated.” – Metal Temple
“Through Anathema Endemise demonstrates the ability to filter several European influences into a unique sound from a Canadian perspective.  It is a fine edition to the black metal catalogue of any connoisseur of these dark musical arts.” – Glacially Musical
“Endemise is yet another Canadian metal band that has managed to create something fucking awesome and special.” – The Dirty Room
“Black metal vocals, death metal riffs and hella lot of blastbeats. Endemise strikes with ‘Anathema’ and does so in an unrelenting manner. This extreme metal chaos will surely crush some norms settled upon by high culture tyrants.” – Lords of Metal
“Anathema is a promising outing for these Canadian natives.” – Metal Trenches
 For more info: 

Jon Asher - Music Publicist

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