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TRAGEDY IN HOPE - Debut Album Out In February, New Track Available For Streaming

Russian melodic black metal duo Tragedy In Hope has released a new single "Insomnious Autumnal Night". The track comes from forthcoming full-length debut album Sleep Paralysis, which will be self-released on 12th February.

The story told in the album's lyrics is as gripping as it is chilling. Guitarist, vocalist, and composer Sasha Giller describes it as follows: "The story you are going to hear isn’t only a trip across the dark dream world; it is also the story of fighting with yourself. It’s the story about how strong you can get once you accept yourself as you are. The story of the album starts when the protagonist wakes up in a dream and goes to the mirror where he sees a twisted image of himself, the phantom monster of sleep paralysis. He escapes the place he found himself in, trying to run away from the bleak reality. He flies among white clouds trying to find a rainbow but falls to the ground when thunderclouds and a storm come. The world beneath the clouds is filled with rains and piercing cold. To find a rainbow there seems to be impossible and the darkness slowly starts to swallow him as many others before. He doesn’t give up chasing it, but the truth is, it is him, who is the phantom monster behind the mirror. He is just the mental projection of the true protagonist, who sleeps paralysed seeing nightmares. He tries to explain to the true protagonist that they are two parts of the whole one and only if they accept each other, they both will be able to escape the dark world they are stuck in. But when sleep paralysis finally ends, a lucid dream starts again."

If the culture of new sincerity sounded like black metal, it would sound like Tragedy In Hope, they say, but you should listen now to "Insomnious Autumnal Night" in the player below. Link