Dhampyr Unveils New Track

Dhampyr - promo band pic - #2015DBM

“A Kodak of Guncotton Shipwrecks” Now Streaming

Acephale Winter Productions has teamed up with Black Metal and Brews to unveil a new track from Dhampyr. The track is titled “A Kodak of Guncotton Shipwrecks” and is taken from the upcoming album Oceanclots.

Due to be released on March 10, 2015 in a variety of formats, Oceanclots is the most exciting album that Acephale Winter Productions has released.

Listen to “A Kodak of Guncotten Shipwrecks” here: http://blackmetalandbrews.com/2015/01/19/dhampyr-oceanclots-review-song-stream/

You can pre-order Oceanclots at this location: https://acephalewinter.bandcamp.com/album/oceanclots

Dhampyr - Oceanclots - promo cover pic - #2015MO

About Dhampyr:

From the tender age of 16, HL has led an ever-rotating ensemble of beautifully damaged traveling companions on a seemingly endless journey into a hazy abyss where lo-fi, depressive black metal and druggy, psychedelic art rock make for strangely sensual bedmates.

Beginning life as a ramshackle but haunting project full of tortured screams and doomy ambiance, the music soon expanded outward into a buzzing, near-perfectly blissed-out blend of raw black metal and classic indie shoegaze thrum.

Now with that particular musical blend blowing up to almost mainstream levels of success for certain bands, the group has shifted directions again, this time digging even deeper into the bizarre corners of underground music, and coming up with a sound that at times could perhaps be described as a black metal take on Japanese rock weirdos Acid Mothers Temple.  Or it could just be the next logical evolutionary step in the development of one of the most surrealist bands of our time.

Either way, the combination of black metal buzz, shoegaze warmth, delicate, finger picked acoustics, jazz-flecked drums, post-rock structures, and tripped out vocals serve as the canvas on which HL paints his most heartbreaking personal work to date.  A story of friends and family lost to overdose, suicide and mental illness, of memories that haunt the mind like ghosts, and of a future black and bleak when held up to the image of a Technicolor past.

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(Source: Dewar PR)




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