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CTULU: Release Music Video To the Track “Nachtwind”

Lovecraftian black metal act Ctulu have just released their first ever music video to the track “Nachtwind”. The song is originally on their second full-length Sarkomand, however, this music video is a special version of the song; an acoustic one. Yes, black metal goes acoustic! The video was filmed with Harddrive Media in Hamburg and on the shores of the Baltic in Kiel. The black metallers have teamed up with Canada’s PureGrainAudio.com for an exclusive premiere.

Head over to PureGrainAudio.com to feel the northern night wind’s breeze.

The band has also made the video available for download for free right here!

Ctulu new lineup 2013 by N.N. PhotographiePicture by N.N. Photographie

The band will re-release their third full-length Seelenspiegelsplitter via Black Blood Records on October 4th. Additionally, Roman Szymura, who is known for his work in AEBA, has joined Ctulu as their permanent drummer.

Check out our review of the album here and an interview with guitarist/vocalist Arne Uekert.

The band has confirmed the following live European dates:

10/25/2013 – Mannheim (DE)
10/26/2013 – Cork (IRL)
10/27/2013 – Limerick (IRL)
11/15/2013 – Bremen (DE)
12/22/2013 – Nicosia (CY) *** Supporting Rotting Christ ***
23/03/2014 – Till Death Doom Us Part, Bristol (UK)
05-06/06/2014 – Gahlen Moscht Open Air (DE)

Seelenspiegelsplitter is intended to take you on a journey deep into the halls of the Esoteric Order of Dagon where your skin shall become grey as the sea, your eye color will vanish into grey nothingness and your soul shall be bound to the depths of the ocean.

More Ctulu:
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Dom
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I started this website in 2011 because I always had a burning passion of sharing music and keeping people informed about what's going on in the metal and rock worlds. If I am not sitting in a dark room in front of a computer, listening to some obscure music (or Whitesnake), then I am usually found at a concert or a festival interviewing bands (or drinking beer).

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