Horror metallers CADAVERIA have released the third and last single of “Mondoscuro” trilogy, entitled “Mater Tenebrarum”. The cover artwork shows Cadaveria herself acting as a sinister ‘Madonna (of the Darkness) with Child’.
Besides being a NECRODEATH cover, the track contains a clear reference to horror cinema, that has always been a source of inspiration for CADAVERIA. In fact the final part of the song traces Dario Argento ‘Inferno’ movie’s main theme, originally composed by Keith Emerson. Among the guest artists the organist Ignis Forasdomine and Lindsay Schoolcraft from CRADLE OF FILTH.
Stream “Mater Tenebrarum” here:
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Mondoscuro EP is available on CD and limited edition white or black vinyl.
Earlier this year CADAVERIA released their first two singles “Christian Woman” (Type O Negative cover) and “Dominion of Pain” from “Mondoscuro” EP, check them out below:
CADAVERIA was formed in 2001 with the intent to create a virtual space where to freely express themselves as musicians and extreme artists. CADAVERIA style, labelled Horror Metal by critics, can be well identified with a personal mix of Black, Death and Gothic Metal. The lyrics, scheming, hermetic and introspective, mirror the dark soul and the vexed personality are of the singer Cadaveria. Their latest full-length effort “Silence” came out in November 2014, via Scarlet Records. On September 2nd was released “Mondoscuro” EP, via Sleaszy Rider record and Black Tears, co-starring CADAVERIA and NECRODEATH, both as distinct bands and as authors of new songs, composed and played together.
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