Acârash "In Chaos Becrowned" Debut Album

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Formed in Oslo in the fall of 2016, and founded on the pillars of the 80s and 90s avant-garde rockers The Void, Acârash is an occult hard rock band that embraces tradition, yet manages to forge a sound all of its own, with its blend of hard rock, doom and black metal. It is a sound in which esoteric poetry and ritualistic contemplation are central to the music, and mirror the nuances in both sound and musical contrasts.


With their debut album "In Chaos Becrowned", Acârash's lineup of of Sølve Sæther on drums, Lukas Paulsen on guitars and Anlov P. Mathiesen on bass and vocals, manage to reinvent, whilst at the same time preserve, in order to deliver a record that explores and develops the boundaries of rock and metal, and naturally alternates between raw catchiness, dark introspection, and progressive playfulness.

"In Chaos Becrowned", was recorded, mixed and mastered by Ruben Willem at the Caliban Studios in Oslo, to produce a sound that fits the sharp delivery and the crispness of the music to perfection.

TRACKLIST 1. Cadaver Dei 2. Shadows Roam 3. Gathering of Crows 4. In Chaos Becrowned 5. Ashes of the Mortal Mind 6. Legio Obscura 7. Sacrifice the Winter Wolf 8. Cenotaph in Flesh

SELLING POINTS

  • The long awaited debut album from Oslo's premiere underground occult elitists Acârash.

  • Esoteric poetry mixed in with the bittersweet taste of occult blackened heavy metal, doom and the raw Norwegian black metal trademark.

  • For fans of Rotting Christ, Darkthrone, Satyricon, Khold

  • Featuring members from Lonely Kamel, The Void, Zection8, Faustus.

  • Recorded by Ruben Willem in Caliban Studios (Kvelertak, Djevel, Okkultokrati)

  • Tours and festivals will be announced

Watch the album teaser below and purchase it here. Check out their Social Media profiles @Facebook, @Twitter, @Youtube, @Instagram.


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