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KALT VINDUR release video to instrumental track "Mist Over Cergova"

Polish Subcarpathian black metal band Kalt Vindur have released a new video to the instrumental track "Mist Over Cergova", taken off their latest album “Magna Mater”. 

Watch “Mist Over Cergova”

The album “Magna Mater” was released on 26 January 2024 and is available to order via The Circle Music:

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Kalt Vindur was established in the spring of 2015 in Dukla, Poland. After personnel changes in the line-up of Artur (Svart) on guitar, Julian (Xakhariash) on drums, Szymon (S) on bass guitar, Wojciech (Celsus) on vocals, the band recorded their first album entitled “Delusions” and released in 2017 by Polish record label Mara Productions. Following that, Kalt Vindur were joined by guitarist Marcin (Ver) for live performances and shortly after became a permanent member of the band.

The band's first album consists of six compositions set in the climate of progressive black metal, characterised by the climate of the Podkarpacie region demonstrated by the melodies and aggressive rhythms. The themes of the lyrics include man's struggle with his inner demons, weaknesses, as well as events related to the history of the Podkarpacie region, such as the devastating battles of the Second World War, death, destruction and suffering. 

In 2020, the second album entitled "...And Nothing Is Endless" was released by Witching Hour Productions, on which the band further developed their style and cemented their unique presentation of Subcarpathian black metal. This time, the music gained even more power and melody with a regional tinge. The compositions became even more violent and heavy. Kalt Vindur played concerts alongside such bands as Pandemonium, Hate, Batushka, Jarun, Zmarłym and performed at Siekiera Fest 2021.

In 2022, the band recorded the material for their third album entitled 'Magna Mater'. The drum recordings for the new album were made by new talented percussionist Rafal Chruścicki (Czarnuch), who replaced previous drummer Julian (Xakhariash). The band's style has also evolved this time, making it the most mature work with some surprising changes, but at the same time a multidimensional and coherent album.

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