What a bummer. Summer is officially over. It’s Monday. Our readers who aren’t chronic truants are back in school. Pretty much the only upside is that our managing editor’s beloved New York Jets started the season with a win, a nice start to their inevitable 8-8 finish.
With that in mind, how about a little doom metal from Indianapolis to start off your fall? Decibel is premiering the track “Luna” from Apostle of Solitude’s upcoming record Of Woe And Wounds from Cruz Del Sur Music. Added doom pedigrees: the album was mastered by Tony Reed, producer of last Saint Vitus album Lillie: F-65 and features the artwork of David Csicsely, who has worked with Mournful Congregation, Solitude Aeternus, Wheel and Flight of Sleipnir.
Stream the new song below and then keep in touch with the band for news on the album, set for release on November 4.