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HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY Gazes Into The Tomb Of Everyone With "Tomb Omnia"

A little less blackgaze, a little more in your face.

A little less blackgaze, a little more in your face.

Austrian black metal unit Harakiri For The Sky will release its new album Arson on February 16. Much like the band's previous material, its new song "Tomb Omnia" is a mix of lush blackgaze and straight up black metal tendencies, all thrown together in that brooding blackness Harakiri For The Sky seems to so effortlessly summon.

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Here's what vocalist J.J. had to say about the track.

"This song is about one of the darkest and mournful chapters in my family’s history and the impact it had on its members, especially the one it had on myself. Sadly there are happenings and experiences far formative as its protagonist was aware of while acting. But these happenings and actions are so intangible disturbing and unsettling they wander on and keep up destroying lifes relentless in their future. Cause some things that can never be forgotten…"

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