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FOURTH DOMINION Launch New Song, "Goetia"

Bassist/vocalist Meadow Wyand comments on the song. "'Goetia' is ritual magick. From its earliest form as a dark folk piece, the song uses the language of spirituality to commune with nature. The blend of heavy metal distortion, acoustic tones, and goth rock guitar lines recall Sentenced and Siouxsie & the Banshees, while the catchy jangle pop chorus reads as an occult ode to Johnny Marr. The lyrics riff on Wallace Stevens's 'Sunday Morning,' taking the beauty of the natural world into the realm of the mystical. The song's appeal is ultimately transcendentalist, in that by letting the trees envelop our ego, we can understand ourselves."

"Goetia" is now available on streaming platforms. Listen at

Fiadh Productions will release Diana's Day on CD, cassette, vinyl, and digital formats on August 1. The album confronts themes of queerness, feminine magick, and existentialism, and is already drawing critical acclaim months ahead of the album's release.

Stream previously released FOURTH DOMINION music on Spotify and Apple Music.

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