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Death Doom group Ghostheart Nebula sign to Black Lion Records!


We are pleased to welcome Italian Death Doom group Ghostheart Nebula to Black Lion Records formed in 2017 by Nick Magister, Maurizio Caverzan and Bolthorn in the last months of 2017.


The bands debut EP, “Reveries”, was released in 2018 and the process was split between Norway and Italy and was recorded and mixed by Aron Corti at StreetRecstudio in Albese con Cassano (Como), mastered by Øystein G. Brun (Borknagar) at Crosound Studio in Bergen (Norway). Artwork by Gogo Melone (Aeonian Sorrow, Clouds).

“Reveries” the ep was well recived from webzines and reviewers and it was chosen as independent production of the month by the italian magazine Rock Hard. 3 years later the band is now ready to take things further with their debut album spinning at 7 tracks of melancholic sorrowful Epic Doom Death in the vain of Bands such as Doom :VS, Swallow The Sun, Draconian,Saturnus.

The band will be releasing their debut in Autumn of 2021

Ghostheart Nebula comments:

We are deeply pleased to announce that Swedish label Black Lion Records will be handling the release of "Ascension", our new full-length album, scheduled for October 2021.


We have taken some time to find the right collaboration with a label and, when we started talking about this possibility with Black Lion, it has been really easy for us to accept.


"Ascension" represents an important milestone for us, both as it' s our first full length album and as it was born as a whole band, with everyone of us giving all his heart in it. The new songs come as an explosion of all the stylistic and emotive nuances breathing yet in "Reveries" and "Apathetic Lacrymae" and we simply can' t wait to share them with everyone.


Looking forward to start this new path together!


Black Lion Records Ceo Oliver Dahlbäck comments: When I first received the promo from Ghostheart Nebula I was instantly impressed by the bands professional style and well made press kit, upon hearing the first tracks I was convinced that this was indeed the sound that had been truly missed the last years and so it felt very right to bring that back, Ghostheart delivers well made and slow but heavy Melodic Death Doom in the vain of the traditional style, no side ways or mixed styles. from first to last note their new album will surely please just about any fan of Draconian,Swallow The Sun.

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