Working now on the release of the Unfyros debut album “Alpha Hunt”. Few months back the release date was set on 1st of September, but this has been postponed to end of September. An exact date will be hopefully clear after I return home from the L’homme Sauvage festival where we perform with Arktau Eos on 22nd of September.
Unfyros is a Finnish, Oulu-based, black heavy metal band founded in 2018 by Anti Ittna H. who was joined by Nox Vector on drums in 2021.
“Tempered by the blazing otherworld fire we move on with determination and follow the unuttered and unwritten doctrines. Thus the name Unfyros; an entity possessing and pervading, a liminal fire seeing through the space and time eternal.”
“Into Sibylline Woods” features two tracks ”The Dagger Within” and ”In Dawn Claws” both from their upcoming debut ”Alpha Hunt”. Unfyros delivers a unique mixture of old-school, mid-tempo black and heavy metal with a strong emphasis on dark, hypnotic and menacing atmospheres through captivating, eerie melodies and haunting passages. If genres or other classification is necessary be it “Black Heavy Metal”. The songs are culminating on mind altering dissonant guitar riffs, minimal yet heavy bass lines and powerful, bestial drumming. These all have been tied together by subtle synth tapestries and raspy vocals flowing out like an obscure black swarm of ghost daggers. Listen how the luminous darkness is calling and devouring One and All.
The cassette is housed inside a screen printed matt black cardboard covers including an 8-panel booklet. Limited to 100 copies.
NOTE: Shipping is scheduled to start on 1st of July.
We are proud and excited to announce that the highly anticipated “Into Sibylline Woods” EP by Unfyros is now streaming on our Youtube channel and on the band’s SoundCloud and Bandcamp pages.
Be prepared to encounter the puissant entity possessing from the infinite Archonyx.
“Revealing the cover art of our forthcoming “Into Sibylline Woods” ep. The painting entitled “The Green Lodge” was conjured by UK based elemental artist Namurian Visions.”
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