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CONVICTION - Highly Anticipated Debut Out In January, First Single Released

French doom metal band Conviction have announced the release of their hotly anticipated, first full-length album. The band’s self-titled debut will drop on 22nd January 2020 via Argonauta Records. Now the band has unveiled the massive sigle "Voices Of The Dead".

Conviction burst into the doom scene in 2013, when they released their first demo. The four- piece, which is featuring members of Temple Of Baal, Mourning Dawn, Ataraxie and many more high class blackened heavy acts, unleashes the pure traditional doom in the likes of Saint Vitus, Pentagram, Count Raven or early Cathedral. The upcoming debut, recorded, mixed and mastered by guitarist Frédéric Patte-Brasseur in the Vault 92 Studio, contains eight fierce and massive tracks, that will take you on a trip into slow heaviness! Finally, the wait for Conviction’s debut album is over, listen to a first single, the doom monolith "Voices Of The Dead" in the player below.

Says the band: "We’re proud to finally release Conviction’s first album, an album made by True Doom Metal fans, for True Doom Metal fans. Recording the whole album on our own in Frederic’s Vault 92 studio has been quite an intense experience. Lots of sweat and blood were involved, and we’ve learnt a lot on ourselves as musicians through the process, channeling all our influences. The first single, "Voices Of The Dead", was inspired by long walks in the foggy countryside, forests and old churches of Normandie. Desolate empty places, ancient stones, old statues... Sometimes you feel like being between The Hound of the Baskervilles and a novel from the Brontë sisters, it can be both freaky and gothic at the same time. We’d like to salute Claudine Kax, who did a remarkable work on the album’s visual, directly drawn from a XVIth Century statue inside the church of Gisors." Link