ERYN NON DAE. Completes Work On New Album

Toulouse, France-based post-apocalyptic metal monsters ERYN NON DAE. (formerly END.) have finished mixing and mastering their sophomore album. The follow-up to 2009's "Hydra Lernaia" is said to be "about metamorphosis," and will feature such songtitles as "Scarlet Rising", "Chrysalis", "The Great Downfall" and "Black Obsidian Pyre". The CD was recorded at Mobo's ConKrete Studio in Bordeaux, France.

Professionally filmed video footage of ERYN NON DAE. performing the new track "Scarlet Rising" on April 19, 2011 at the Impetus Festival in Montbéliard, France can be viewed below.

According to a press release, ERYN NON DAE. gives the metal scene exactly what is needed — something unique, groundbreaking, and a new style of extreme to follow upon. Much like fellow homeland heroes GOJIRA, ERYN NON DAE. pulls off a signature sound that can immediately be picked up by the metal critics. ERYN NON DAE.'s ever-evolving brand of extreme music makes for an open-minded listen from start to finish. Their technicality not only stands out, but also goes towards metal's advantage, expanding the genre. ERYN NON DAE. delivers complex and brutal structures while at the same time adding doses of dark and apocalyptic moods, keeping you addicted. Their creativity, power, and aesthetics without a doubt will stun the metal genre."


Mathieu B. Nogues: Vocals
Franck Quintin: Guitar/Vocals
Yann Servanin: Guitar
Mickael André: Bass
Julien Rufié: Drums

For more information, visit the band's Facebook page.


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