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WALLACHIA - Track From Upcoming Album Available For Streaming

Norwegian symphonic pagan black metalclassicists Wallachia return with their fourth album to date titled Monumental Heresy. The album will be released on 13th April via Debemur Morti Productions. Monumental Heresy is a wonderful culmination of years of heartfelt dedication to the craft by mastermind Lars Stavdal - a continuation of the rich hybrid experimentation of last full-length Shunya (2012) and a simultaneous backward glance towards the harshly beautiful atmosphere of the band's earlier works.
This is the first Wallachia album that has been recorded as a full band and also introduces guest musicians: Athelstan from the UK's Forefather arranged and performed the evocative album intro/outro and Italian female vocalist Aeterna (Nahabat/Xvarhnah) provides a mellifluous lead on "The Parallel Fate Of Dreams".
Thematically concerned with personal liberation from the strangling hands of theocracy and religious dogma, from the epic, bombastic opening track "Heathen Shores" via the melancholic "The Parallel Fate Of Dreams" to the purely savage "Beasts Of The Earth" never before have Wallachia pushed songcraft or the dynamics of their sound as far.
Monumental Heresy carves a new chapter for a band who have only just begun the next stage of their deeply personal journey into a majestic dreamland. To get an impression, give a listen to "Beasts Of The Earth" in the player below. Link