Meteorite Delays Russian Doom Act’s LP’s Mix


So, I guess this would be an acceptable reason to put off the mixing of your album.

Russian folk-doom outfit Kauan recently finished recording their fifth album in Kiev, Ukraine, and traveled to their home of Chelyabinsk, Russia, for the mix when all of a sudden, shit went south.

“The city was attacked by a hailstorm of meteorites, whose power was 30 times that of an atomic bomb,” the band tells us.

The band has put the new record on hold and are currently staying at home to ensure that neither them nor family members have suffered radiation poisoning, which may make this the first album ever delayed by
meteorite explosions.

The name of the new album will be Pirut, which is not Russian for pirate.

It means “Devils.”

It will be a single, 40-minute long song, which they
describe as “a stone-faced blend of neo-classical and funeral doom metal.”

I might like that.

The album will be released towards the end of 2013 on Blood Music.

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