NIGHTBRINGER Announces New Album Title, Release Date

Colorado black metal cult NIGHTBRINGER have announced the title and release date of their forthcoming new album. Entitled ‘Ego Dominus Tuus’, the follow-up to 2011’s ‘Hierophany of the Open Grave’ will be released on September 26th (September 30th in North America).

‘Ego Dominus Tuus’ was recorded and mixed at Flatline Audio Studios by Dave Otero (CEPHALIC CARNAGE, CATTLE DECAPITATION, COBALT). A teaser with material from their forthcoming album can be found here.
The band issued the following statement: “Nightbringer is extremely proud to unveil our latest album, ‘Ego Dominus Tuus’, an undertaking almost exactly one year in the making, from first compositions to the final day of mastering. ‘Ego Dominus Tuus’ represents the path of ordeal, from the transformative Fires of the Art within the crucible of the underworld, to the revelation of the Daimon to the Guardian at the Threshold and slaying Sun of Death, Light of Lucifer, all contained within the enigma of a sacred name.”

NIGHTBRINGER recently announced two rare US appearances on July 11 and 12 alongside SARGEIST and BEHEXEN, respectively. More information about these dates can be found below.

11 Jul 14 Los Angeles, CA (US) The Black Castle (+ Sargeist)
12 Jul 14 San Diego, CA (US) Til Two Club (+ Behexen)
31 Oct 14 Bogota (CO) TBA (+ Acherontas)

Established in 1999, NIGHTBRINGER was created as a conduit for the contemplations on the mysteries of death as it is understood in the tradition of the art magical. The band have an uncompromising, orthodox approach to black metal. 2011’s ‘Hierophany of the Open Grave’ has further solidified the band’s signature sound: characterized by cacophonous walls of distortion, haunting melodies, and occult lyrics revering the unholy. NIGHTBRINGER has made select rare appearances in the United States and Europe as part of various metal festivals; these include Maryland Deathfest, Under the Black Sun Festival, and the cult Gathering of the Shadows.


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