Black Metal Veterans Dawn Of Ashes Announce New Album And North America Tour
First Single “Guardians” Premieres on Metal Sucks
April 10th 2017th Los Angeles, CA-Symphonic Black Metal artists Dawn of Ashes announces the release of their new album Daemonolatry Gnosis.
Daemonolatry Gnosis is a diabolical musical milestone & Dawn of Ashes’ most brutal fusion of Extreme Symphonic Black Metal to date. Like Dawn of Ashes’ previous album Theophany, Daemonolatry Gnosis was mixed & produced by Mick Kenney of AnaalNathrakh. Features a cover of Black Metal legend Mayhem’sFreezing Moon, as well as guest vocals from Cradle of Filth’s Lindsay Schoolcraft.
The first single off the album called Guardians has premiered on Metal Sucksand can be seen HERE
01. The Initiation
02. Gods of The Antinomian Path
03. Smash Thy Enemies
05. Core of The Black Sun
06. The Ritual
08. Sermon From The Horned God
09. I Am Nephilim
10. Rulership Of The Inner World
11. Magick For The New Aeon (featuring Lindsay Schoolcraft)
12. Freezing Moon
In support of Daemonolatry Gnosis, Dawn of Ashes will set out on a heading North America tour called “Fire Of The Phoenix” with Projekt F. VIP packages are available and can be purchased HERE
April 27th Los Angles,CA @ Complex
April 29th Sacramento, CA @ Blue Lamp
May 1st Portland, OR @ Lovecraft
May 2nd Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
May 4th Boise, ID @ The Eclypse
May 5th Salt Lake City, UT @ Club X
May 7th Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge
May 8th Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
May 10th Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s
May 13th Toronto, Canada @ Coalition
May 14th Montreal, Canada @ Piranha Bar
May 16th Buffalo, NY @ Evening Star Concert Hall
May 17th Cleveland, OH @ Phantasy
May 19th Cincinnati, OH @ The Venue Events Centre
May 20th New York City, NY @ Drom
May 21st Wilmington, DE @ Bar XIII
May 22nd Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
May 23rd Richmond, VA @ Fallout
About Dawn of Ashes
That which gives light must endure burning. — Viktor Frankl
DAWN OF ASHES: The very name calls to mind the legend of the Phoenix, a god-being born anew from the ashes of its own destruction. It unites the Alpha and Omega, signifying that every end is a beginning and vice versa, that life and death are one. So goes the destiny of this musical form: to die unto its first self, passing through the agonizing fire of purification, only to rise again to a new dawn, with renewed purpose.
The fans who stood by DAWN OF ASHES from their earliest incarnation in 2001 know exactly what founder-frontman Kristof Bathory brings to the equation: music of violent power, unrelenting destruction, and cinematic sweep — a ruthless horror show for the ears, eyes and mind. Hard-edged and terrifying soundscapes driven by pummeling beats propelled savage lyrics across multiple albums; the introduction of crushing metal riffs and epic production elevated the music’s scope to its ultimate realization with the acclaimed 2013 album Anathema. It was at this stage of the band’s career that new opportunities loomed… or so it seemed at first.
With the prospect of a new label and a potentially higher global profile on the horizon, new business alliances were made that resulted in the formation of URILIA, an extreme metal unit which incorporated many sonic and thematic themes already familiar to DAWN OF ASHES fans, as well as new and diverse musical elements, united under a new philosophy and a heightened awareness of the Left Hand Path.
In late 2015, URILIA was laid to rest after its brief but memorable time on Earth… and from that ending, DAWN OF ASHES rose once again in 2016 with the release of Theophany, the band’s first album with Metropolis Records and first collaboration with Mick Kenney of ANAAL NATHRAKH.
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