Italian occult doom metal specialists 1782 share new track « Demons »; « Clamor Luciferi » out April 14th on Heavy Psych Sounds

Sardinia-based occult doom specialists 1782 unleash their creepy and amp-frying new single « Demons » today via Invisible Oranges. The song is taken from their third full-length « Clamor Luciferi », due out on April 14th on Heavy Psych Sounds. 

About this new single, 1782 wish you will be frightened to the core and say: « In the deepest abyss you can hear the screams of beasts as they approach you to drag you down with them. Between heavy riffs and pounding rhythms immerse yourself in the darkest world, the world of demons…« 

💀 Listen to new track « Demons » on Invisible Oranges 💀

“Clamor Luciferi” is Latin for « the scream of Lucifer » — a hostile scream but also noise and uproar. While still injecting local folklore and tales in their mean and fuzz-ridden doom metal, 1782 are about to drop their heaviest and most evil songs to date. Conveying a constant feeling of anxiety, suffering and melancholy, the Sardinian trio will drag you into the deepest and most deafening darkness with this earth-rumbling 8-tracker. Heavy Psych Sounds also announced the vinyl reissue of 1782’s previous albums « 1782 » and « From the Graveyard », with preorders available at this location.

New album « Clamor Luciferi »
Out April 14th on Heavy Psych Sounds

 In 1782, Anna Göldi was condemned, she was tortured and killed, this was the last witchcraft trial in Europe. In 2018, Marco Nieddu and Gabriele Fancellu formed a doom band called 1782 in honor of all the « witches » murdered by bigoted minds of many generations.Soon after, the band entered the studio to record the single « She She Was A Witch », which was released through Electric Valley Records. Within a few days, the single turned out to arouse interest on social networks and among fans of the genre. In February 2019, 1782, they entered the studio to record their self-titled debut album, released through Roma-based label Heavy Psych Sounds Records.

After Francesco Pintore joined the band on bass, they recorded three new songs, which were released on the split album with Acid Mammoth « Doom Sessions Vol.2 ». In 2021, the band released their sophomore album « From The Graveyard » through Heavy Psych Sounds.  After playing at Heavy Psych Sounds Fest Berlin & Dresden and Desertfest Belgium 2021, the band went on an extensive European tour with Acid Mammoth in April 2022, including an appearance at Desertfest London. 

1782 is:
Marco Nieddu – Vocals, Guitar
Gabriele Fancellu – Drums
Francesco Pintore – Bass

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