Novembre - Annoluce (from URSA)




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Published on May 9, 2016

‘URSA’ is the seventh and latest album from Italy’s atmospheric death/doom metal purveyors, Novembre, OUT NOW on Peaceville Records.
Available to buy:
CD: http://bit.ly/1SOFsGl
LP: http://bit.ly/1S4TAMW
DIGITAL: http://smarturl.it/URSA_DIGITAL
STREAMING: http://smarturl.it/URSA_STREAMING

Novembre store on Peacevile: http://bit.ly/1UlVV5T
More info: http://peaceville.com/novembre/

After a period of inactivity since 2007’s ‘The Blue’, which involved the departure of longstanding member Giuseppe Orlando, Novembre returns with a new set of potent and poignant tracks, effortlessly transitioning between soothing, epic, melancholy and intense, from what is one of the originators of the whole atmospheric death/doom scene. Headed by founding member and writer Carmelo Orlando, & with a reinvigorated musical alliance with Massimiliano Pagliuso, the line-up is completed by Fabio Fraschini (previously bassist on the ‘Materia’ album), and David Folchitto on drums. There is also a special guest appearance from Anders Nyström of the Swedish Doom masters KATATONIA, adding his own unique ‘cold’ touch to the album’s single track ‘Annoluce’.

‘URSA’ was recorded at Blue Noise Studio, and PlayRec studio by Massimiliano Pagliuso, then mixed and mastered at Unisound Studios by Dan Swanö (Opeth, Katatonia, Bloodbath), Cover art comes courtesy of Travis Smith.

The Rose
Oceans of Afternoons

Carmelo Orlando comments on ‘URSA’:
”This album is a very important step in my life. It got me closer to what some may call ‘maturity’. I’ve been able to delve even deeper into the chasm of the subconscious and unearth gems I didn’t think existed. Lyrically and conceptually I explored new shores. I moved my ever-inwards headlights, and for the first time I dared to point them outwards, against the squalor of this Orwellian apocalypse we’re committing towards the Earth and its sons, on a daily basis, in quasi-total indifference.
The album is indeed called URSA (the acronym for “Union des Républiques Socialistes Animales”), which was the title initially chosen for the French translation of George Orwell’s masterpiece novel ‘Animal Farm’.”

URSA is available to order on CD & LP from www.peaceville.com/store

Orders from the Peaceville Store receive a free 3-track EP including an alternate version of ‘Annoluce’ plus 2 exclusive tracks.

  • Category

  • Song

    • Annoluce
  • Artist

    • Novembre
  • Album

    • Ursa
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    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of Peaceville), and 3 Music Rights Societies


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