Mythraeum - "Oblivion Aeternam"


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Mythraeum Unleashes 'Oblivion Aeternam'

Brace yourselves, metalheads! The dark lords of Mythraeum are set to release their latest opus, 'Oblivion Aeternam', on June 6th, 2024, via M-Theory Audio. Hailing from the sun-drenched streets of San Diego, these black metal maestros are here to prove that you don’t need to be from the icy fjords of Scandinavia to evoke the same cold, misanthropic mysticism.
Mythraeum was birthed from the infernal mind of guitarist Wraith (Alonzo Larios), who gathered a coven of San Diego’s finest metal musicians. Together with Hagalaz (Ben Wilson) on drums, Spectre (Nicholas Lepisto) on bass, Algiz (Zach Simsay) on guitar, and Plague (Anthony Vivoli) on vocals, Mythraeum is a force to be reckoned with. Their mission? To push the boundaries of black metal by fusing crushing heaviness, harrowing technicality, and ethereal melodies into an alchemical blend.
'Oblivion Aeternam' promises to be an esoteric journey through nature, gods, love, hate, death, and rebirth. These themes are woven into the very fabric of the album, creating a tapestry that is as intricate as it is brutal. From the opening riff to the final note, Mythraeum takes you on a dark, twisted ride that’s bound to leave you breathless.
The album features tracks like "Where Roots Refuse To Cling" ( ) and the live favorite "Terrestrial Despair" ( ). Each song is a testament to the band’s ability to blend raw aggression with haunting melodies, creating a sound that is both familiar and refreshingly unique.
Not just studio wizards, Mythraeum has proven their mettle on stage, winning the Wacken Metal Battle and captivating audiences with their energetic performances. Their previous EP, ‘Halls of Mythras,’ set the stage for what’s to come, and 'Oblivion Aeternam' is poised to take it to the next level.
I can confidently say that 'Oblivion Aeternam' is a must-listen. It’s an album that defies expectations and pushes the boundaries of what black metal can be. Mythraeum has crafted something special here — an album that’s as dark and brooding as a Scandinavian winter, yet as innovative and fresh as a coastal sunrise.
So, mark your calendars for June 6th, 2024, and prepare to be swept away by the dark waves of 'Oblivion Aeternam'. Until then, keep those horns high and stay metal!
Stay tuned, stay brutal, and remember: in the end, we're all just notes in the grand symphony of metal!