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Clarion Void stream Failure In Repetition album early ahead of release for Leap Day!

Clarion Void are streaming their forthcoming album early today via The Obelisk in celebration of Leap Day. Failure in Repetition is out Friday, March 1st on Lost Future Records. Hear and share HERE.

Metal Sucks recently premiered "The Bottom" single HERE. Decibel Magazine previously premiered the video for lead single "The Top" HERE. The second single "Sisyphus Wept" launched via New Noise HERE (All DSPs.)

Failure in Repetition is the newest album from the Colorado Springs, CO based doom-metal quartet Clarion Void. Focused on themes of inevitability and the futility of progress, the album crushes the listener with detuned, sludgy riffs before exploding into a breakneck black metal onslaught. Not for the faint of heart.

Failure in Repetition was recorded with Grammy nominated producer Greg Wilkinson (High on Fire, Pallbearer) at his Earhammer Studio in Oakland, CA. The quartet — Greg Mullenax (guitar/vocals), Bryan Webb (bass), Evan Courtland (guitar) and James Ivy (drums) — sequestered themselves in Oakland to capture the album’s immersive vibe. 

“‘The Bottom’ is technically the first act before ‘The Top’” Mullenax explains. “It's the first song we wrote for Failure In Repetition and kind of spawned the idea of the album having repetitive chord progressions over and over again.”

The band’s 2023 debut album Deafening Sounds of Mortality was a crushing work derived of interpersonal pain which received a wealth of praise for its overwhelming mood and weaving of doom, black metal, crust and experimental sludge into a new sound. Here, the band builds on that effort with greater dynamic range and more elaborate songwriting. 

The album will be available on LP and digital on March 1st, 2024 via Lost Future Records. Pre-orders are available HERE.

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