Canada’s Eclipser Usher In Harsh New EP “Pages” And Debut Video For Title Track Monday May 10 2021, 6:57 PM
Canada’s Eclipser Usher In Harsh New EP “Pages” And Debut Video For Title Track

Set to release their new EP  “Pages”  on May 28th, Ottawa's  Eclipser  is unleashing out the cage, their next single and title track via its premiere on  NoCleanSinging  HERE .

The opener to the five-track record,  “Pages”  sets the tone of the whole EP both musically and lyrically. In just a little over 3 minutes,  Eclipser  managed to pack instrumental layers that weave in and out of each other to give the song a very dense and dynamic feel. Lyrically, the song takes a very nihilistic stance, and much like the music, it’s straight to the point. 

The band adds about the track:

"Pages is the tale of a weary soul in search of faith. He seeks out God but finds only empty words and misery."

Harsh and succinct,  “Pages”  primarily resides in the black metal realm, however,  Eclipser  also writes using techniques that are found in death metal, and even a bit of grindcore and maintain a formulaic style.  The EP was produced by  Eclipser ; mixed by  Mike Raymond of Reverence Audio , and mastered by  Topon Das (Fuck The Facts)   at Apartment 2 Recording. The EP artwork was done by  Misanthropic-Art . It is the fourth release from the band following Pathos (2019), Promo (2018), and the 2017 Demo.

Eclipser  was founded in 2017 by Ryan Menard (guitars/vocals) and Christopher Joyal (drums), they are recommended for fans of Ulcerate, and Deathspell Omega.

The entire EP releases on May 28, 2021.
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Track Listing:
1. Pages (3:10)
2. Matternaught (1:26)
3. Carry Your Burden (2:46)
4. To Never Wake Again (2:29)
5. Fathomless (4:46)
EP Length: 14:38

EP Band Line Up:

Ryan Menard – Guiatrs, Vocals
Christian Beaupre – Guitars
Sebastien Choquette – Bass
Chris Joyal – Drums

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A name derived from the all-obscuring sound they produce, Ottawa, Ontario’s ECLIPSER spews forth a foreboding polarity of soaring melodies and nightmarish dissonance, coiled together to create a dreadful malaise of blackened death metal promised to starve the light of everything it touches.   


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