LIGHT OF THE MORNING STAR set release date for debut and revealed first track

LIGHT OF THE MORNING STAR set release date for debut and revealed first track

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Iron Bonehead Productions sets June 24th as the international release date for the debut mini-album of London’s Light of the Morning Star, Cemetery Glow. The work of one mysterious O-A, Light of the Morning Star is one of the most unique entities to be released on Iron Bonehead. Across the three songs here, elements of hypnotic deathrock, molten doom, and atmospheric black metal are intertwined to such an extent that easy categorization is nigh impossible. But Cemetery Glow is more than just a recording of music; it serves as a ceremonial totem whose purpose is threefold.

Light of the Morning Star is an unending prayer to the darkness of the world. It is the glow of graves at midnight. It is the voidshadows that shiver and move between crumbling tombs. It is the fangs in the tree of life.

Light of the Morning Star is a ritualistic summoning of gloom, unholy radiance, and the ghosts of darker times.

Light of the Morning Star is vampirism, necromancy, and Devil worship.

To paraphrase one of the mini-album’s tracks, verily is this Black Throne Ascension. With an equal amount of ceremony, Iron Bonehead Productions will unleash this hydra-headed collection of nightside emanations on both CD and 12″ vinyl formats. The very end is just the beginning… but taste the opening track “An Empty Hearse”:

Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

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Tracklisting for Light of the Morning Star’s Cemetery Glow
1. An Empty Hearse
2. Black Throne Ascension
3. Wraith

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