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Adimiron – New Single “The Sentinel” and New Album “Et Liber Eris”Out On 3rd November

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ADIMIRON RELEASE NEW SINGLE

It’s finally time for the first single from Adimiron’s coming album!

‘The Sentinel’ is available on all digital services!

Adimiron - Et Liber Eris

The opening track of Adimiron’s coming album will take you back to the golden days of progressive and atmospheric death metal, perhaps resembling the likes of Opeth on one end and Porcupine Tree on the other – this in a very much vibrant and unique manner!The guys at MetalSucks once said that Adimiron were poised for big things, and when their coming album reached us at the Indie Recordings office we HAD to release this! The first single “The Sentinel” is the opening track of the coming album, and it’s a perfect introduction for what the fans can expect of their next effort.

Adimiron’s founder and composer Alessandro Castelli about the brand-new track: “Our new journey starts with a jump into the darkest depths of the human consciousness, evoking memories, unspoken thoughts that connect us inextricably with the intangible. The Sentinel is there, ready to accompany us on our psychedelic trip, through reflections of what we feel but cannot touch. Enjoy these first minutes from “Et Liber Eris”, where the extreme soul of the band comes out and dissolves in a progressive, dramatic scenario.”

The new album “Et Liber Eris” will be out on Nov 3rd.

Track List

  • The Sentinel
  • Zero-Sum Game
  • Joshua Tree 37
  • The Coldwalker
  • As Long As It Takes
  • The Unsaid
  • Stainless
  • Zona Del Silencio

The band’s self-awareness has pushed them to create a work purely uninhibited by any outside influences and literally in its own sphere. Fuelled by primitive emotions, the eight tracks lead the listener into the darkest depths of the human consciousness, evoking memories, unspoken thoughts that connect us inextricably with the intangible.

Abandon yourself, disconnect from the chaos and Adimiron’s new release.

The opening track of Adimiron’s coming album will take you back to the golden days of progressive and atmospheric death metal, perhaps resembling the likes of Opeth on one end and Porcupine Tree on the other. “The Sentinel” colours a unique and vibrant death metal spectrum rarely to be heard these.

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I first went to a gig in 1981, Gillan at Leeds University. I've been a regular gig goer ever since. I haven't kept count of how many gigs I've been to over the intervening years, but it's a lot!
My favourite bands are AC/DC then, in no particular order, Anti-Nowhere League, Slaughter and the Dogs, Towers of London and Dirt Box Disco. I tend to like Glam/Punk and rude offensive lyrics, not sure what that says about me but as Animal would say 'So What!'
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