Spanish black metallers HRIZG premiere the new song “From Endless Blackness” at heavily trafficked web-portal GunShyAssassin.com. Appropriately titled, “From Endless Blackness hails from HRIZG‘s forthcoming new album,Individualism, set for release on June 22nd via MORIBUND RECORDS. Long awaited, Individualism sees this one-man black metal cult perfecting his iron-willed, iron-clad craft, contorting the otherworldly mysticism of ancient black metal to his own isolationist design. Compared to 2011’s celebrated Anthems to Decrepitude, HRIZG’s Individualism drives at both extremes – classic grimness vs. tense atonality – but arrives at a destination no less sepulchral and dynamic. Hailed by GunShyAssassin.com as one of the best black metal albums of the year, enter the realm of Individualism exclusively HERE.
Tracklisting for HRIZG’s Individualism
I. Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes (1:24)
II. The Darkness I Witness (3:31)
III. No Life After Life (3:25)
IV. To Leave the Roots Grow… (1:48)
V. Night of the Wolf (4:45)
VI. When the Cryings are for the Weak (4:06)
VII. The Hall of Falseness and Impurity (4:44)
VIII. The Strong Against the Stronger (2:57)
IX. From Endless Blackness (4:24)
X. With a Crown of Bitterness (5:27)
XI. The Lament of God (4:53)
A statement from HRIZG mainman Erun-Dagoth reads: “I did Individualism as a call for the inner strength against those ones who crawl through the scene holding the banner of weakness. HRIZG plays black metal for the strongest of the strong!” A video of Erun-Dagoth recording drums for Individualism at Khazad-Dûm Studios can be viewed HERE.