Like a blackened metallic phoenix rising from the ashes of their previous band Endemise; Ottawa’s SERENE DARK intends to take their extreme metal to new heights. Recently morphing from Endemise to SERENE DARK, these demons have joined forces withNoCleanSinging.com for the premiere of their debut track “Dualitatem”, which will be featured on the band’s 2018 album.
Guitarist Dale Sauve explains:
“We have been making metal with our current line-up for the past 7 years and decided a new name and fresh start was in order. Our former band Endemise formed over 12 years ago and it went through so many line-up changes and musical directions, we decided to put that band to rest and create Serene Dark as a fresh start.”
Inspired by Septicflesh, Behemoth, Watain, Dark Funeral and Dissection, SERENE DARK‘s sound is dark, heavy, entrancing, emotional, and orchestral.
“It will be received as a new, but familiar sound for any previous fans of our last band…We want our fans to get lost in the music. We want to peak some interest in fans of this style of music…For the last six months all five members have been getting together and collaborating as a group. We have written a lot of songs and chosen our top ten favourites. Fans can expect a full-length album in fall 2018.”
Assault your senses with “Dualitatem” at the following link: http://www.
June 8 – Ottawa, On – House of Targ – info – w/ Wolfheart, Erimha, Dissentient
“An epic, heavy and creative vibe to this album which I think would appeal to fans of mid period Dimmu Borgir, Insomnium, Abigail Williams, Fleshgod Apocalypse.” – Loud Stuff
“They produce an array of songs that have an incredible sound that are magnificently orchestrated.” – Metal Temple
“Through Anathema Endemise demonstrates the ability to filter several European influences into a unique sound from a Canadian perspective. It is a fine edition to the black metal catalogue of any connoisseur of these dark musical arts.” – Glacially Musical
“Endemise is yet another Canadian metal band that has managed to create something fucking awesome and special.” – The Dirty Room
“Black metal vocals, death metal riffs and hella lot of blastbeats. Endemise strikes with ‘Anathema’ and does so in an unrelenting manner. This extreme metal chaos will surely crush some norms settled upon by high culture tyrants.” – Lords of Metal
“Anathema is a promising outing for these Canadian natives.” – Metal Trenches