Season of Mist has uploaded the track “The Grace Of The Dark,” which can be streamed below.
The last song we composed for the For a Black Tomorrow album, “The Grace of the Dark” features one of our more melancholic riffs that is combined with outside instrumentation, i.e. keyboards, which marks a first for Deathwhite. We felt so strongly about the song upon its completion that we felt it had to be lead-off track on the album. And lyrically, it tells the story of someone who only finds solace in the darkest and quietest of places…
With the year drawing to a close, we very much look forward to 2017 and the release of our new album, For a Black Tomorrow. A massive thanks to those who supported Deathwhite throughout 2016. Onward to the new year…
American dark metal outfit Deathwhite has set a February 24, 2017, release date for their first full-length album, For a Black Tomorrow.
The follow-up to the band’s two well-received EP’s (2014’s Ethereal and 2015’s Solitary Martyr, respectively), For a Black Tomorrow finds Deathwhite weaving emotive clean vocals with melodic, sweeping riffs, and elaborate drumming under a depressive atmosphere.
For a Black Tomorrow was recorded from August to October 2016 at Cerebral Audio Studios under the careful supervision of producer/engineer Shane Mayer.
Artwork and design courtesy of Jérôme Comentale, aka Pyrogas.
We are presently in the mixing phase of our forthcoming For a Black Tomorrow album. In the coming weeks, we will be revealing its album art, proper track listing, and a song. Suffice it to say, we are very excited about the results. Stay tuned…
Our sincere gratitude to those who either bought, streamed, wrote, or shared our Solitary Martyr EP. The year was quite the successful one, but now we look ahead to 2016 where we will be recording our first full-length. Plans are to enter the studio in the summer, with 9-10 songs in the works. Watch this page for (in)frequent updates.
Work has begun on a full-length album, which will be our first in light of releasing two EPs. We are currently creating demos and sharing ideas in relation to eight or nine songs at the present time, with more to be created in the near future. We’ve yet to determine a release date, but such progress will be detailed on this site.
In the meantime, Dead Rhetoric.com recently conducted an interview with the band. It can be read at this location.
Press for Solitary Martyr has started to emerge, to which a sampling can be viewed below. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to those who took the time to review the EP, particularly the ‘zines who had kind words to share. Your support is immeasurable.
“In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.” – Frederick Nietzsche
A year after the release of their well-received debut Ethereal EP, dark metal outfit Deathwhite has returned with the Solitary Martyr EP.
The product of increased focus on vocal melodies and hooks, Solitary Martyr displays a keener sense of depth and versatility than its predecessor. Recorded by Brette Ciammara at Studio 344, the production is more robust, as are the riffs, retaining a feel and flare akin to the bands that were so crucial inspiring Deathwhite in the first place.
Solitary Martyr will be self-released by the band on August 14, 2015. A special, limited edition (200 copies) version of the album will be made available on CD, with the aforementioned Ethereal EP tacked on as bonus tracks.