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DIMLIGHT - Unveils Front Cover Artwork And Tracklist Of Upcoming Album

Greek female fronted dark symphonic metallers Dimlight are excited and proud to present to you the cover of their orchestral album, A Symphony Of Horrors, which will be released on 25th February. Artwork was done by Invoker Peter and graphics by Melina Zarkadi.
The band comments: "Are you ready for the very Underworld's soundtrack? Follow us through sunless paths and under cyclopean basaltic arcades of inhuman proportions and mind-distorting geometry on a journey through the tortured realm of the dead in ten parts."
First formed in 2006, Dimlight are highly active in live performances worldwide, touring from Europe to the Middle East and sharing a stage with such talent as Arch Enemy, Lacuna Coil, Epica, SepticFlesh, Firewind, Annihilator, The Haunted and many more. Their first album, Obtenebration debuted in 2009, followed by Psychosynthesis in 2012. Despite a rising tide of difficulties and misfortunes that would have justified any band to quit, Dimlight pressed on through the storm and in 2015 they released their concept album The Lost Chapters, confirming their resilience, passion and dedication to delivering high quality extreme music which always pushes the envelope with each step of the way. Tracklist and cover artwork of A Symphony Of Horrors are below. Link

A Symphony Of Horrors tracklist:
I. The Solace In Death's Dreams
II. Descent Into The Stygian Dark
III. Horror Unfurls Its Wings
IV. Basaltic Towers Of Silence
V. Where Abominations Rule
VI. The Black Soul Of Irkala Kar
VII. Crawling Through Despair's Battlefield
VIII. Palace Of The Elder Ones
IX. The Grim Fate Of The Blessed
X. Beyond Death's Icy Grip