CULT OF LUNA & JULIE CHRISTMAS - "MARINER"
Out April 8!
With their mindmelting eighth epos, Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas brings you to the outer rim of the ever expanding boundaries of the cosmos - where the rules of man is not applicable and the cold, dark nothing envelops the harsh realities of the universe.
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Since their beginnings in 1998 – Cult Of Luna has released seven albums, been awarded the top rock/ metal award at the Swedish National Radio Awards and cemented their status as one of the true progressors of the metal genre, beknownst to most metal aficionados.
In 2013, the Swedes teamed up with Indie Recordings for the release of perhaps their most successful work to date in the shape of “Vertikal I” and "Vertikal II". These cohesive pieces of work received worldwide appraisal and only pillared Cult Of Luna to even greater heights.
For their eight effort, the post-metal pioneers join forces with the talented Julie Christmas (Battle Of Mice, Made Out of Babies) from Brooklyn, whom bring an even larger depth to Cult Of Lunas sound – powerfully displayed on “Mariner”.
« At the end of Vertikal, we stood in the cold harshness of the mechanical city and looked up onto the stars.
We lost ourselves in the awe of their grace and thought that ”maybe the answer is to be found above".
The ship was leaking and by to look of it, our home was dying.
No room for fear when a greater call demands your full attention. So, we left...
Onward, forward. Like the old seafarers, we explored the vastness of space.
Not bound by physical laws we pass the speed of light and chase the expansion of space until we reach its limit.
And then, we continued on and disappeared.
This is our story. »
Said about their sixth effort "Vertikal I":
"A superb sixth studio album from the envelope-pushing post-metal Swedes."
"Cult of Luna have gloriously forced themselves back into our consciousness."
- CVLT Nation
"The wait was well worth it."
- Blabbermouth (9 of 10)
"It may have taken them five years to get here, but Vertikal makes it clear that no matter how linearly Cult of Luna present themselves, they’ll never be one-dimensional artists."
- Metalsucks (4.5 of 5)