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Formed in 2017 Shunyata takes the listener through the dark passages of the frozen landscapes. Their debut album The Dark Age is a pure testament and a celebration of the Scandinavian sound and the 90s melodic black metal. Pioneered by bands like Necrophobic, Vinterland, Sacrementum, Dissection, and Emperor, while being fairly new the band embraces the sound created by it's forefathers, with raspy vocals and blast beats but most of all an atmospheric cold presence the album delivers a solid call back to the glory days of Scandinavian black metal. With it's beautiful cover art by Juanjo Castellano, one cannot think of early Scandinavian scene. The Darkness is calling us.
Formed in 2017 Shunyata takes the listener through the dark passages of the frozen landscapes. Their debut album The Dark Age is a pure testament and a celebration of the Scandinavian sound and the 90s melodic black metal. Pioneered by bands like Necrophobic, Vinterland, Sacrementum, Dissection, and Emperor, while being fairly new the band embraces the sound created by it's forefathers, with raspy vocals and blast beats but most of all an atmospheric cold presence the album delivers a solid call back to the glory days of Scandinavian black metal. With it's beautiful cover art by Juanjo Castellano, one cannot think of early Scandinavian scene. The Darkness is calling us.
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Dark Age [Digipak]
Artist: Shunyata
Format: CD
New: Available $24.36
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DISC: 1

1. DAWN
2. THE DARK AGE
3. LOSS
4. THE HUMAN PREDICAMENT
5. THE PATH
6. SWEETNESS AND SORROW
7. RENUNCIATION
8. THE CYCLE

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Formed in 2017 Shunyata takes the listener through the dark passages of the frozen landscapes. Their debut album The Dark Age is a pure testament and a celebration of the Scandinavian sound and the 90s melodic black metal. Pioneered by bands like Necrophobic, Vinterland, Sacrementum, Dissection, and Emperor, while being fairly new the band embraces the sound created by it's forefathers, with raspy vocals and blast beats but most of all an atmospheric cold presence the album delivers a solid call back to the glory days of Scandinavian black metal. With it's beautiful cover art by Juanjo Castellano, one cannot think of early Scandinavian scene. The Darkness is calling us.
        
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