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10 May
Northcote Social Club
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Suldusk (Album Launch)


Melbourne's SULDUSK will launch their much anticipated new album Anthesis on Friday 10 May, with special guests Myriad Drone and Black Aleph.
The band recently announced their signing to Napalm Records, for the release of their new record 'Anthesis':
“We are very proud to announce the signing of an international deal with Napalm Records. To join such a well regarded label, who share our vision and excitement for the music we make, is the start of the new chapter for SULDUSK. The signing will also mean we can reach out to more of our fans and also to tour beyond Australia’s shores.  The new album will be released through Napalm Records in early 2024, with more updates on that soon.”

Sebastian Münch (Senior A&R at Napalm Records) comments:

“Emily Highfield combines, in an enchanting way, all the beauty of dark folk and post-rock with a breeze of black metal. This is a beautiful musical journey that will give fans of Ulver, Agalloch and Empyrium a new favorite band. I am very much looking forward to the new studio album.”

Founded by the highly talented Emily Highfield, the Suldusk debut album, Lunar Falls, was released in 2019 and highly acclaimed by international press. Lunar Falls lured listeners into their gloomy magical world, where they combine a high variety of different dark and extreme sounds with their very own sonic universe. Dark folk, blackgaze, post-rock, prog, doom and even black metal elements flow into each other and create one very unique synthesis of sound highlighted by Emily Highfield’s voice that impresses with softness and fragility at times, yet in the next moment turns over to demonic screams.

Now, their new album promises to continue their trajectory as one of Australia’s most exciting heavy music artists:

Reviews of ‘Anthesis’:

Intense, incredibly powerful and heavy, it is quite possibly the album of the year. Essential. 5/5.                
- Metal Roos 

With a work such as this, coming away from it after a single listen wouldn’t do it any justice, and I recommend multiple listens to truly embrace it. Unique, unparalleled, and visceral, this will stay with you long after the album ends.
- The Sleeping Shaman

Anthesis is a true journey from beginning to end. 5/5.
-    The Metal Epidemic

Emily Highfield – Vocals, Guitars
Shane Mulholland – Vocals Guitars
Daniel Green – Bass
Josh Taylor – Guitars
Hayley Anderson – Violin
Frankie Demuru – Drums

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Crowd surfing & dangerous behaviour will result in removal from the venue.
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