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Friday, September 04, 2020

Cult Of Lilith - "Mara (Album Stream)" [Metal & X-Core, Album Streams]

Mara (Album Stream)

"Mara (Album Stream)" music video by Cult Of Lilith
Added: 04-09-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core, Album Streams
Description : Cult of Lilith - Mara (FULL ALBUM)

Cult of Lilith "Mara" available now.
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01. Cosmic Maelstrom (00:00)
02. Purple Tide (05:28)
03. Enter the Mancubus (10:24)
04. Atlas (14:36)
05. Comatose (18:23)
06. Profeta Paloma (23:27)
07. Za?ngano (27:53)
08. Le Soupir du Fanto?me (31:34)


"Necromechanical baroque", that is the province of Cult Of Lilith. A frantic collision of death metal, prog, complex classical structures and any other style they wish to incorporate, their debut album, Mara, is a restless, constantly shifting collection that is as imaginative as it is compulsive. "The intention was always to write a diverse record with a lot of different influences melded together in an extreme metal package," states guitarist Daniel Þór Hannesson. "We wanted the album to be a journey that never becomes stagnant and that keeps the listener engaged the whole way through. It is important to us as a band to not lock ourselves in a box and always keep options in diversity."

Founded in Reykjavik, Iceland in 2015 with Hannesson the sole member, the guitarist hired a session drummer and singer to create the Arkanum EP, going on to put together a full band that was cemented in 2018 with the addition of vocalist Mario Infantes Ávalos. "Stylistically, 'Mara' is way more diverse and refined than 'Arkanum', but still retains some of the essential ideas of composition. There was another vocalist at the time and since their styles are so different, it has made a big impact on the progression of the band. Mario has great range, so he fits very well with our diverse music. There is also a big difference in sound: 'Mara' is much heavier, in your face and beefier than 'Arkanum', thanks to the amazing Dave Otero, who mixed and mastered the album." Opening track "Cosmic Maelstrom" more than lives up to its name, kicking off with a harpsichord intro before exploding in a thousand different directions, while "Zangano" is brutality incarnate, a much more beautiful opening section heralding the arrival of "Atlas" before opening the door to crushing riffs. The agitated attack of "Profeta Paloma" unexpectedly gives way to an extended flamenco section, which is haunting. "Reynir Hauksson, who is a fantastic Flamenco guitar player, performed on that section. We only gave him the chord progressions and he then laid down this amazing guitar part," states guitarist Kristján Jóhann Júlíusson. "Fernando Pérez Cañada did the vocals, while all additional instruments in that part were composed and recorded by me at Krummafótur Studio - besides the fretless bass, which was composed and performed by our bass player, Samúel Örn Böðvarsson."


Tags : 2020, 20s, Cult Of Lilith