Sunday, July 21, 2024

When Nothing Remains… A Glimmer Of Hope

Swedish death-doom band When Nothing Remains has signed to The Circle Music for the release of their new album A Glimmer Of Hope

“We are delighted to welcome When Nothing Remains, a very promising band from Sweden,” said the record label. “The decision to walk together was made immediately when we heard some of the new songs which will be featured on the upcoming album A Glimmer Of Hope
 
“Subversive and pitch-black doom metal through a magical gothic atmosphere, accompanied by abysmal vocals that recall the early days of Saturnus.
 
“If the three previous albums When Nothing Remains made their presence felt, then we can confidently say that A Glimmer Of Hope will be a real gem in their discography and in the general field of doom/death metal!”

When Nothing Remains’ Peter Laustsen said: “We are proud to announce that we signed a deal with Greek label The Circle Music. We had some offers to choose between, but felt that The Circle Music (home of Lake Of Tears, and Trail Of Tears among others) was the right way to go. We would like to thank Maria for her strong dedication and belief in our music.”

When Nothing Remains features members from bands such as Nox Aurea, The Cold Existence, Rimfrost, Draconian and Doom: VS. They came together in late 2010 with Peter Laustsen and Jan Sallander wanting create something very dark and emotional. In 2011, Jonas Toxen jumped in for the drums and Johan Ericson (Draconian, Doom VS, Shadowgarden) for the clean vocals, mixing and mastering.

Their first album As All Torn Asunder was released in 2012 on the Russian label Solitude Productions, followed by Thy Dark Serenity (2013) and In Memoriam (2016).  In 2024 the band has signed with The Circle Music for A Glimmer of Hope, that’s said to have a darker approach than previous albums.



Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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