Spanish black metal inquisition HRIZG has inked a deal with Moribund Records.
HRIZG is the sole vision of its creator, also monikered Hrizg, and his first record for Moribund shall be "Anthems To Decrepitude", set for release on May 3.
According to a press release, "this groundbreaking newcomer possesses a hideous spirit that resounds across times both modern and distant, and his 'Anthems To Decrepitude' is a startling synthesis of sepulchral atmosphere and dynamic songwriting, all housed with an exquisitely morbid soundfield."
Commented Hrizg: "My goal is to make music and release it with a serious label. I waste a lot of time writing and producing my songs and writing all my lyrics, which are full of symbolism and meaning in the esoteric and Luciferian way, and taking some influences of religion, myths and Celtic history. I try to exteriorize all my hate and negative feelings through music, too, but not all — I leave something for the daily life! I would like to make gigs, too, but I guess that's very difficult now, and really, that's not very important for me."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/hrizg.
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