Drawning its energy from the darkest thoughts of its creators, this new extreme and punitive outfit intends to evolve in the realms of Black Metal while pushing its limits a bit further.
Spawned with the intention to distil artistic audacity into respected traditions, Cult of Erinyes belongs to the forbidden experience, where music is only a symptom of a higher truth. Ritualistic hymns, vicious and twisted vocals, furious and ambient rhythms or Doom digressions are only a few weapons which will make of Cult of Erinyes, after only one year of existence, a band to be reckoned with.
Recorded between November 2010 and January 2011 at the Blackout Multimedia Studio (Enthroned, Corpus Christii) by Phorgath (Enthroned and Emptiness bassist), « A Place to Call My Unknown » required an enormous amount of work on the texture sound. It won’t go without reminding you that Hate Forest, Blood Of Kingu, or Necros Christos, from among the influences, as well as Craft, Glorior Belli, Watain, Shining or Behexen. But what makes the band’s strength is that with this first album, Cult Of Erinyes is already emerging as a great value by offering a truly personal music and can’t in any way be accused of plagiarism. While not revolutionize the genre, Cult Of Erinyes credits us with a unique visual and auditory experience. An original action thoughts in detail (Concept, Visual, Live Logo) which consists of a Post Modern approach to the cult of the Erinyes.
To do this, Cult Of Erinyes works closely with designers Sylvain Baron, and David Delander, the latter having produced the artwork for « A Place To Call My Unknown« .
The 3 Erinyes:
-Corvus: guitar, bass, keys, sample and composition
-Mastema: Lyrics and texts
+ Members sessions for live.
With back drops and occult live video projection transcending the Cult of Erinyes, conducted by Leslie “Dolmanseh” Vandermeulen – TLC Production.
Corvus is endorsed by Mayones basses
No shows booked at the moment.