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DYS INBUNDEN - Working On New Material

Swedish black metallers Dys Inbunden have returned to the Endarker Studio with Magnus Devo Andersson (Marduk) and are laying down the foundations for their upcoming release. With recordings finalized and the mastering underway the band will be debuting it's new material later this year.
Dys Inbunden were formed in 2012 by lead guitarist and vocalist Gefandi Ör Andlät. The band plays self-proclaimed "deaosophic metal", a sonic dedication to the land of the dead and the chaos that flows thereafter in eternity, but we can easily say that this is black metal with slight touches of death, thrash, progressive and melodic metal. Dys Inbunden released their debut album, Pandemonium Unchained, in 2013 through Liflätinn Productions. Magister Nocturnal of Serbian dark ambient project Shadowdream and black metal act Ancient Sorrow joined the band as the official bass player in February 2013. Then the sophomore album, One With Morbidity, The Opus Misanthropy, followed in 2015. In October Mephitz joined the band on drums. The album is a true reflection of the band's concept and sets the foundations for their future trajectory.
The band has been showing that it is a true force within the black metal scene. Their latest video for the track "Through Demise And Decay" is a perfect example of how Dys Inbunden are a crushing force which is heavy, progressive and decisive. Link