Sørgelig to release «We, The Oblivious»

Black metal outfit Sørgelig have announced the completion and subsequent release of their sophomore album, entitled «We, The Oblivious». So far, statements from the band on their new work remain elusive. Nevertheless, the already revealed song shows yet another shift in their exploration of raw yet melodic black metal territories, as had been the case for their previous full-length, «Apostate», and their previous two EP (the latter of which, «Devoted To Nothingness», was the subject of this previous piece of ours). The album was recorded in April 2019 between three different studios, with mixing and mastering taking place at the Ominous Sound studios. Below, besides witnessing the artwork created by Unknown Relic for the album’s cover, you can listen to its sixth track, «A Thousand Skies to Drown in».

«We, The Oblivious» is set for release on November 1 through Humanity’s Plague Productions on cd format, with a cassette edition following later in the year through Les Fleurs du Mal Productions. Pre-orders for both physical formats, as well as for the digital edition, can be found at this location.

You can follow Sørgelig on Bandcamp and Facebook. Below, recall their previous output.

«Devoted To Nothingness» was released on January 20 by Les Fleurs du Mal Productions on cassette format (available here) and on May 6 by Iron Bonehead Productions on vinyl format (available here).

«Apostate» was released on May 1, 2018, by Perkun Records on cd (here) and by Goatlordth Records on cassette (available here).

«Forever Lost» was self-released on June 13, 2017, and subsequently saw physical editions on July 8, 2017, by Perkun Records on cd (here), and on cassette format by Zly Demiurg on August 19, 2017, and by Apostate Legionnaire Records (available here) on October 3, 2017.

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