TETHRA To Release 'At The Gates Of Doom' Mini-CD This Week

Italian death/doom band TETHRA will release its first mini-CD, "At The Gates Of Doom", on November 2 via Occultum Production. It will be distributed in Italy by Masterpiece. The CD was recorded at Occultum Studios under the supervision of Ossian, mastermind of the Italian cult band OPERA IX.

"At The Gates of Doom" is a conceptual effort based on the journey that each soul must take through the gates separating the dimension of the living from the land of the dead.

According to a press release, TETHRA "revisits the roots of death and doom metal in a personal and obscure way, adding to the songs new original ideas."

The band is currently filming a video for the song "Everyone Must Die" with director Stefano Visintin, who is best known for his short horror films "Agonia", "The Heiress" and "Agony II".


Belfagor (HORRID) - Guitar
Alex (ex-MALUS VIVENDI) - Bass

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/tethrahell.


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