I love Season of Mist. They have introduced me to bands I’ve learned I couldn’t live without, and consistently churn out regal releases from solid underground acts.
They’ve now signed Undercroft, and will release the band’s sixth album, Ruins Of Gomorrah, on October 9 here in the states. Europe gets that shit two weeks earlier.
The Chilean band features bassist and vocalist Alvaro Lillo; he also plays in a little band called Watain.
Fuck yes, you read that right. Watain.
Why has this band eluded me until now? I blame The Goat. He keeps me appraised of all things cult. What the fuck, dude! Dropping the ball.
Thanks to a press release, I know the band “emerged from the obscurity of the South American underground as early as 1993 with the release of two legendary demos.”
The new CD was produced by Daniel Bergstrand, who has previously worked with In Flames, Strapping Young Lad, and Darkane.
“Undercroft is proud to join the Season Of Mist roster,” the band says. “It is time to continue stronger, with trustfulness and satisfaction to join Season Of Mist, knowing that things will be much serious and better handled than ever before, with the conviction of experience and restless work that became our curse over this earth through all this years.”
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