News•March 13, 2017 3:06 PM ET•4,959 views
Nachtmystium prepare new EP, premiere demo track
Blake Judd, founder of "psychedelic black metal" act Nachtmystium, has revealed that the band will play a one-off set at Louisville Deathfest 2017. Additionally, they've been working on a new EP titled Resilient, which should be available this summer through Earache Records. Both a new demo track and a statement from Judd can be found below.
"Alright everyone....what I (and I'm sure many or all of you) thought you'd never see again. Nachtmystium is doing a one-off exclusive set for the metal heads of the city I ran to and got sober in. We are headlining night 1 of the annual Louisville Deathfest, Friday, September 29th, 2017. We will be flying in from LA for this special show, and also bringing a full crew of sound and light techs with us to ensure the performance is above and beyond what one would expect from a band in a small, intimate club. "This city and the great friends I made there during my year living in half way houses / sober living residencies while I tried to put my shattered life back together is a place that will forever be very special to me. I am thrilled to be making my first trip back since moving to California late last year to be for this special event. We will be playing material spanning our entire catalog, focusing on albums / tracks that were never played live (primarily from the 'Silencing Machine' and 'The World We Left Behind' albums, along with the new material from the upcoming 'Resilient' EP, which should be out on Earache Records in time for this show!) along with some staple songs for long time supporters. Expect a full 60+ minute set. "Thanks to AJ Lucas for having us. Can't wait to see everyone and to put on the best show we can for you guys. ALSO - in support of this unlikely event being announced, I have uploaded our new (now finished!) instrumental demo for a brand new track called 'Voidless'."
THE VANFLIP PODCAST:
EP: #088 Amy Sciarretto of Atom Splitter PR
GEL: Live at Island Tropics
Watch the New Jersey hardcore band perform at a Jamaican restaurant in Florida.