Noctem's fourth record seems to show a band that refuses to slow its roll or change paths stylistically. The album, titled Haeresis, dives into Noctem's home country of Spain's dark historical past, accented by artwork from Seth Siro Anton (Septicflesh) that depicts an epic and grotesque display of obscene torture extracted from the Spanish Inquisition.
Today we get to premiere the band's track "Pactum With The Indomitable Darkness," which is a pretty apt title once you hear the music. It's bleak, it's unrelenting, and it just feels like you're slowly losing your soul to the void.
Pre-order Haeresis here before its September 30 release date via Prosthetic Records.