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SUFFERING SOULS: Drops New Song and Video “A Touch Of Evil Kindness”!


German symphonic black metal artist SUFFERING SOULS has revealed a new song, entitled “A Touch of Evil Kindness”, taken from the album “An Iconic Taste Of Demise” out on May 31st via Satanath Records and Fetzner Death Records.


Watch the video of “A Touch of Evil Kindness” on YouTube: https://bit.ly/44PQvcH

Pre-order the album here: https://bit.ly/4acJh4q


Stream & download “A Touch of Evil Kindness” on Spotify: https://bit.ly/4akILAx


30 years have now passed since they were founded in 1994, over 5 years of creative break after the last 4th album “In Synergy Obscene”, which was highly praised by the press, and the symphonic black metal destruction machine SUFFERING SOULS from Germany continues to strive for new heights to please the audience the 5th album entitled “An Iconic Taste Of Demise”, entirely written by mastermind Tobias “Lord Esgaroth” Micko, to take you into their otherworldly and unholy visions. On the new album, the satanic forefather delivers epic anthems that are also his most aggressive and expansive songs in the band's history to date. “An Iconic Taste Of Demise”, which was recorded in the legendary Hertz Studio in Poland, where Behemoth, Vader and Hate, among others, have already produced, features multi-instrumentalist Tobias “Lord Esgaroth” Micko with the refined sound of all classical instruments, lead guitars and clear, choral vocals, create a powerful and imposing, aggressive atmosphere that has never existed before in the work of the project. The almost 56-minute monster, on which the drums were played by none other than Michiel van der Plicht (Pestilence), reveals a dark and sinister identity. It contains 10 brand-new songs, including an 8-minute symphonic masterpiece as a bonus track which will initially be released as a CD/Digipack and later as an LP version. For fans of Dimmu Borgir, an unmissable piece of black art that absolutely enchants and undoubtedly puts the band on the throne of German Symphonic Black Metal.

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