Death/doom practitioners PULCHRA MORTE will appear at this year’s edition Full Terror Assault Festival at Cave-In-Rock, Illinois. The band will be performing on Thursday, September 5th, day one of the three-day event alongside the likes of such scene heavyweights as Exhorder, Krisiun, and Kataklysm.
9/5/2019 Full Terror Assault – Cave-In-Rock, IL [info]
Immediately following FTA, PULCHRA MORTE will begin recording the follow-up to 2019’s Divina Autem Et Aniles. Band guitarist and producer/engineer Jarrett Pritchard (1349, Goatwhore, Cannabis Corpse, Nocturnus A.D., etc.) will helm the board again as drummer Clayton Gore enters Matt Talbott’s (Hum, Centaur) Earth Analog studio the following week. Recording will continue throughout September at both Earth Analog and Pritchard’s own New Constellation studio in Orlando, Florida.
PULCHRA MORTE‘s debut, Divina Autem Et Aniles, was released in February 2019 and continues to reap critical acclaim, appearing on a host of “Best of 2019 So Far” lists. The follow-up is slated for an early 2020 release. Details to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Divina Autem Et Aniles is out now on CD and digitally via Ceremonial Records. For orders visit the PULCHRA MORTE Bandcamp page at THIS LOCATION.
“With Pritchard behind the knobs… the record’s in capable hands to conjure the somber serenades of early Anathema. But with PULCHRA MORTE, Pritchard takes melodic death-doom oddities like Visceral Evisceration’s Incessant Desire For Palatable Flesh or Pyogenesis’ Ignis Creato and polishes their rough casket wood.” — Decibel
“Everything on this record comes forward with an air of strength and authority…among the better debut metal albums in some time. Divina Autem Et Aniles certainly won’t disappoint.” — New Noise
“Brilliant riffs, beautiful melodies and a haunting atmosphere.” — Brutalism
“…simply divine doom…” — Metal Insider
“I did not merely collapse under its striking invocations of sorrow or the plodding, romanesque strings of melodic lead that highlight each track, PULCHRA MORTE’s sourly dire debut pressed life’s most troubling concerns as a rifle against my temples.” — Grizzly Butts