Today we have something special for you to listen to from Asofy — something dark, dreary, and unlike most music you’ve heard before.
The Italian black metal band formed in 2000 as a one-man project, headed by Tryfar, and in 2009, was joined by Empio on vocals.
“Their personalities are rather diverse, if not opposite,” says a press release, about the band’s members.
“What unites them and is perhaps their most valuable feature is how they both cherish the role of communication and how they apply this concept to their music.”
Asofy isn’t for everyone. Trust me. But if you like blackened, atmospheric doom, you should definitely give Asofy an honest listen. You may be surprised by what you hear.
The song at the end of this post is from Asofy’s upcoming four song, 48-minute-long album Percezione, which drops April 30 on Avantgarde Music.
It’s slow, sombre black shit with Italian lyrics.
The presser claims the entire album “is a spiritual and psychological descent into the perception everyone has of the external world and its stimuli, as it tries to outline a symbolical picture of what man and his society consist of today.”
Listen and see if you don’t agree.
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