ORGREL set release date for IRON BONEHEAD debut, reveal first track Sunday August 1 2021, 10:36 AM
ORGREL set release date for IRON BONEHEAD debut, reveal first track

Today, Iron Bonehead Productions announces October 15th as the international release date for Orgrel's striking debut album, Red Dragon's Invocation, on CD and vinyl LP formats.

A band literally out of time, Orgrel hail from Italy and, more importantly, hail the ancient days of black metal - the days too often forgotten, in the late '90s, when labels like Solistitium, Sombre, and Drakkar began releasing obsidian gems during the genre's post-sensationalism fallout. Rich with righteous fury and triumph alike, the power-trio deliver their first public recording, the full-length Red Dragon's Invocation. Immediately, mystical splendor and dizzying delirium are felt as Orgrel kick in with an impassioned surge, each and every riff, rhythm, and holler stirring bloodlust and wonder/wander simultaneously. The soundfield is studiously raw yet robust, flat but somehow full, allowing aggression and atmosphere equal reign, and engrossing the listener to the very last: indeed, Red Dragon's Invocation is summarily titled. Its mysteries are starkly simple but exceedingly sublime, being purely and totally BLACK METAL in word and deed; black metal doesn't need to "become" anything when it already IS. Orgrel know this intrinsic truth and pursue it to the hilt across their debut album.

Graced with absolutely stunning cover artwork by Luciana Nedelea, Orgrel raise their sword of truth and prepare to strike unbelievers with Red Dragon's Invocation.

Fall beneath their sword with the brand-new track "Burning Ruins" HERE at Iron Bonehead's Soundcloud.

Aforementioned cover art and tracklisting are as follows:

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Tracklisting for Orgrel's Red Dragon's Invocation
1. Burning Ruins
2. Amor Fati
3. Surrounded by Nothing
4. Gate of Eternal Life
5. Torn Flag
6. Fiery Dawn Cry
7. Carved in Blood

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