SULDUSK Reveals Full Album Stream

Courtesy of Maria Ferrero, Adrenaline PR: Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, SULDUSK – a new project led by other-worldly frontwoman Emily Highfield – weaves acoustic tones of dark folk with elements...
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Courtesy of Maria Ferrero, Adrenaline PR:

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, SULDUSK – a new project led by other-worldly frontwoman Emily Highfield – weaves acoustic tones of dark folk with elements of doom, atmospheric black metal and post rock. SULDUSK will release their debut full-length album, entitled Lunar Falls,on April 12, 2019. The album is available for pre-order now via Bandcamp. As an early gift to listeners, SULDUSK is streaming their entire new album a full two weeks early! Stream it now via Decibel Magazinehttps://www.decibelmagazine.com/2019/03/29/full-album-stream-suldusk-lunar-falls/

Emily Highfield says, “It is very exciting to finally release Lunar Falls, the first SULDUSKalbum. It has realized my vision of fusing acoustic elements with post rock and metal influences.”In addition to the digital version, Lunar Falls will also be released as a Collector’s Edition Digipack-CD (first press, limited to 1000 copies) and LP (limited colored vinyl with poster) via the Northern Silence Productions webshop or Bandcamp page. The black/white half-and-half edition of the vinyl, which is limited to only 99 copies, is only available via the NSP webshop while stock lasts. Check out SULDUSK‘s latest music video for the track”Aphasia” here: https://youtu.be/0rF53CTmjDs

Lunar Falls‘ undercurrent theme is about living on the margins, and the intolerable suffering and sacrifice in the quest for identity. Nature provides much of the lyrical inspiration as the source of refuge and guidance throughout this quest. Lunar Falls is dedicated to the memory of late singer-songwriter Aleah Starbridge (Trees of Eternity). With Lunar Falls, Emily Highfield explains that she wants to convey an escape to a soothing and real place. Her organic, earthly approach to music creates an immersive soundscape – a powerful panorama of shimmering guitars, haunting melodies and atmospheric density. Highfield says, Lunar Falls is a sonic midnight forest trek – at times beguiling and soothing, and at once harsh and raw. Like nature itself. Bands that inspire me are immersive, honest and risk takers. I’m inspired by and love acoustic-driven and atmospheric/depressive metal – like Agalloch, Opeth, Saor, Unreqvited, Heretoir and Trees of Eternity.”SULDUSK first turned heads a few years ago after frontwoman and then-solo artist Emily Highfield uploaded some of her compositions to Soundcloud. When the melancholic black metal-infused acoustic track “Drogue” ended up reaching over 10,000 plays in less than a month, Highfield knew she was onto something great. This inspired Highfield to create the live and current incarnation of SULDUSK – a chamber metal ensemble which has since been embraced by audiences and underground musicians alike.Lunar Falls was engineered, mixed and produced by Mark Kelson, with additional engineering by Jesse Oberin. The album was mastered by Joseph Carra at Crystal Mastering.Lunar Falls track listing:1. Eleos2. Solus Ipse3. The Elm4. Aphasia5. Three Rivers6. Autumnal Resolve7. Catacombs8. Nazaré9. Drogue10. Sovran Shrines SULDUSK is:Emily Highfield: Vocals, GuitarMark Kelson: Guitar, Bass, KeysGlenn James: PercussionMarty O’Shea: DrumsNicky Blackmore and Bryan Murphy: Additional GuitarFrancesca Mountford: Cello SULDUSK online:

www.facebook.com/suldusk

www.instagram.com/suldusk

suldusk1.bandcamp.com

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