HORTUS ANIMAE To Offer 'Classical Black Metal' On Upcoming CD

September 8, 2004

HORTUS ANIMAE, the prog-black metal project of ANCIENT drummer Diego "GroM" Meraviglia, are in the final stages of recording their upcoming album, "The Blow of Furious Winds". The drums were tracked at The Outer Sound Studios with Beppe Orlando of NOVEMBRE and the rest is being recorded and mixed at Alpha Omega Studios in Como, Italy, with ANCIENT manager Alex Azzali. The album is being described as "a mix of classical aggressive black metal with a touch of modern madness. Very psychotic and musically twisted it will be a release that few extreme metal fans won't appreciate." A limited-edition double digipack version will include double artwork and bonus tracks. The normal editions will be double CD in jewel case without the bonus tracks.

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