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CULTED Unveil New EP Details, Release First Track


Culted Industrial doom machine CULTED will be releasing their new EP, 'Vespertina Synaxis - A Prayer for Union & Emptiness,' on August 30, making it the band's debut to Season of Mist. The tracklist and album art can be found below.

In conjunction with the EP announcement, CULTED have shared a clip from their epic first single, 'Dirt Black Chalice,' which can be heard at here: www.youtube.com/watch

'Vespertina Synaxis - A Prayer for Union & Emptiness' can be pre-ordered here: shopusa.season-of-mist.com/list/culted

Track List:
1. A Prayer for Union (04:54)
2. Dirt Black Chalice (10:25)
3. A Prayer for Emptiness (12:06)
Total: 27:25

CULTED crawled forth from the icy expanse of the Canadian prairies and the Nordic coast of Sweden when Michael Klassen and Matthew Friesen were approached by Daniel Jansson to collaborate on an international project. In 2008, these ideas began to coalesce, with fellow Canadian Kevin Stevenson joining the cult to start the recording of their first two releases: LP ‘Below the Thunders of the Upper Deep’ and EP ‘Of Death and Ritual.’

2013 saw the release of the follow-up full-length, ‘Oblique to All Paths,’ which was written, recorded, and produced in various closets, basements, dens, and domiciles. Now, in 2019, CULTED continue their down-tempo exploration of blackened and industrial soundscapes with ‘Vespertina Synaxis; A Prayer for Union and Emptiness.’ The doom-laden mini-album finds its inspiration in the isolation, alienation, and damnation that dominates the rime-encrusted lands CULTED inhabit.

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    July 17, 2019

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