Tenebres presents Pain Eternal

Black/Gothic Metal

Tenebres presents the cover and a preview of their debut album entitled Pain Eternal:

The album will feature 8 tracks and is scheduled to be released this autumn following a national tour in Romania. The album will be released independently by the band in both CD and Digital format. A grand concert will take place in one of the major cities of the country that will have Tenebres accompanied by a string quartet and also a choir.

The album was recorded at the bands own studio Imperium Tenebrarum with the mixing and mastering as well as the art work done by the bands guitarist Dorian Black.

We are also working on releasing a second official music video that will be released hopefully at the end of this year or in the beginning of 2018 and we hope to tour outside of the country.

A link towards the first official video:

Tenebres was incarnated in the winter of 2015 and has since fortified their sound in the black and gothic metal genres with influences of doom and also symphonic metal elements that the band puts into evidence by the use of cello and keyboard.

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