Today, rising ultra-doom heavyweights FUOCO FATUO premiere the new song ‘Junipers Of Black Iridescence‘ on Terrorizer magazine’s website. The track is the second towering song to be premiered from FUOCO FATUO‘s forthcoming debut album, The Viper Slithers In The Ashes Of What Remains, to be released by Iron Tyrant on February 17th for the CD version and March 31st for the gatefold vinyl version.
After two EPs and countless gigs – including support slots for Evoken, Necros Christos, Eyehategod, Grave Miasma, Abysmal Grief, Iskra, Ash Borer, Fell Voices, Thantifaxath, and many more – Italy’s darkest and heaviest power trio FUOCO FATUO finally shaped their first full-length. Titled The Viper Slithers In The Ashes Of What Remains, the monolith of ultra-doom comprises five songs in 52 minutes. Be crushed by utter darkness HERE, courtesy of the UK’s longest-running extreme metal magazine.
CD tracklisting for FUOCO FATUO’s The Viper Slithers In The Ashes Of What Remains
1. Ancestral Devouring Anxiety (12:06)
2. Junipers of Black Iridescence (9:38)
3. Inner Isolation in a Sea of Mist (6:25)
4. Eternal Transcendence into Nothingness (11:56)
5. Requiem for Nulun (12:22)
Vinyl tracklisting for FUOCO FATUO’s The Viper Slithers In The Ashes Of What Remains
I – Ancestral Devouring Anxiety (12:06)
II – Junipers of Black Iridescence (9:38)
Side B: (released on vinyl on a separate 7″ enclosed in the package)
III – Inner Isolation in a Sea of Mist (6:25)
IV – Eternal Transcendence into Nothingness (11:56)
V – Requiem for Nulun (12:22)
Risen amongst the ghastly lakes in the deep north of the Italian countryside, FUOCO FATUO soon established themselves a reputation as a brilliant band, both on record and in live performances. The eerie elements that made their demo EPs so special have been further cloaked in unheard heaviness, anxiety and DOOM on The Viper Slithers In The Ashes Of What Remains. If this wasn’t enough for you to slice your wrists, the artwork from up-and-coming artist Raoul accentuates the listener’s despair and furthers his “todessehnsucht.”