January 13, 2014

Candlelight Records has announced the signing of the Italian melodic blackened doom band SHORES OF NULL. The band's new album, "Quiescence", will be released in early spring.

Said the group in a statement: "Joining the Candlelight family is an incredible milestone for a band like us.

"When we started this project one year ago, we couldn't imagine things to become so serious so quickly, and this is great.

"The sound of SHORES OF NULL fits perfectly into the Candlelight parameters; we are very thrilled about it.

"We are one hundred percent satisfied about the album that is going to come out and we definitely can't wait any longer to share it with you.

"We feel 2014 will be a colossal year for us."

Adds SHORES OF NULL guitarist Gabriele Giaccari: "Candlelight records has always been the label of some of my favourite bands and among the very first choices when we started looking for a label. I'm very excited and honestly I couldn't think of a better home for our music."

SHORES OF NULL was born with the sole aim of exploring the darker side of metal music, absorbing elements of gothic, doom, melodic death metal and other subgenres. It is something distant from the musical approach of the mother bands, some of which got over 10 years of experience under their belt (THE ORANGE MAN THEORY, ZIPPO). Crushing epic riffs and impressive gloomy vocals are combined here with dismal lyrics and misty soundscapes, where the whole plot can be described as epic, intense and very peculiar.

They soon hit the stages of their homeland with success, teaming up with NEGURÄ‚ BUNGET, STORMLORD and SATURNUS among others, and also gained the invitation to play Doom Over London in December 2013.

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