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Thy Catafalque Drop Video for “A csend hegyei”


Experimental black metal project Thy Catafalque just shared a new music video for “A csend hegyei” from their forthcoming album, Alföld.

The record is out June 16 via Season of Mist. The name of the new album means “The Great Plains” and returns to the artists heavy roots. Project mastermind Tamás Kátai includes both progressive and primal influences on this one.

Kátai says about the track:

“The title of the song means ‘The Mountains of Silence,’ and this is the opening track of the album with the vocals of Lambert Lédeczy from Ahriman and Mörbid Carnage. The song is somber and dark, something that has been inside me for years and finally released. The video was created by Chad Michael Ward and shot in Sweden.”

Preorders for Alföld are available here, and the album can be presaved here.

While Kátai is the driving force behind this project, he had help from a lot of collaborators on this album:

Recording line-up:
Tamás Kátai – guitar, bass, keyboards, programs, vocals
Martina Veronika Horváth (The Answer Lies In The Black Void, Mansur) – vocals
Lambert Lédeczy (Ahriman, Mörbid Carnage) – vocals
Bálint Bokodi – vocals
Gábor Veres (Watch My Dying) – vocals
Gábor Dudás (Reason) – vocals
Breno Machado – lead guitar
Daniele Belli – acoustic guitar, double bass
Dario Cei – flute
Chris Lyons – violin, viola
Ido Romano – ney
Samuel Chacon – fretless bass
Austris Apenis – French horn

Guest musicians:
Martina Veronika Horváth – Track 4
Lambert Lédeczy – Track 1, 4, 6
Bálint Bokodi – Track 2, 3
Gábor Veres – Track7, 9
Gábor Dudás – Track 6
Breno Machado – Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8
Daniele Belli – Track 5
Dario Cei – Track 5
Ido Romano – Track 6
Samuel Chacon – Track 3
Austris Apenis – Track 4, 7

Thy Catafalque Tour Dates:
28 Apr 23 Bratislava (SK) Majestic Music Club
11 May 23 Budapest (HU) Budapest Park
30 Jun 23 Orfu (HU) Fishing on Orfu Festival

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