NOVEMBERS DOOM RELEASE BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO PT.2
|MEDIA ALERT New York, NY (July 22, 2014) – Cited as one of the earliest death/doom metal bands to come out of the US, Chicago’s Novembers Doom has just released their ninth studio album titled – Bled White on July 15, 2014 via The End Records.
The follow up to the group’s critically acclaimed full-length Apothic (2011), an album that received some of the band’s strongest reviews and fan responses since their inception, was recorded at Belle City Sound with engineer Chris Wisco (Jungle Rot, Nachtmystium) handling recording and co-production duties with Dan Swano (Bloodbath, Nightingale) spearheading the mixing for all eleven tracks on Bled White.
Ever since their humble beginnings in 1989, the band has striven to create their own unique brand of dark, brooding and melancholic metal music. Constantly evolving and pushing the restrictions of minor genre tags, November’s Doom has created a unique and identifiable sound, making their mark in the metal world.
Consisting of founder vocalist/lyricist Paul Kuhr, Larry Roberts (guitars), Vito Marchese (guitars), Mike Feldman (bass), and Garry Naples (drums), Novembers Doom has garnered international success by performing with bands such as Agalloch, Saturnus, Ajattara, and Nightingale, as well as performing high profile festival dates at Brutal Assault, Graspop Metal Meeting, Chaos Emergente’ and other festivals throughout western Europe.
Paul Khur takes us into the studio for part 2 of the making of and inspiration behind Bled White. Watch Part 1 HERE
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Novembers Doom will be performing ‘Bled White’ in its entirety plus several older songs at Chicago’s Reggie’s on Saturday August 9th, more information HERE!
BLED WHITE AVAILABLE NOW!
01. Bled White
03. Just Breathe
06. The Memory Room
07. The Brave Pawn
09. The Grand Circle
11. The Silent Dark
“November’s Doom has created a unique and identifiable sound, making their mark in the metal world.” – New Noise Magazine
‘The band has created a unique and identifiable sound, making its mark in the metal world’ – Blabbermouth
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