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Premiere CVLT Nation Streaming: IN THE COMPANY OF SERPENTS “Crucible”

Soul music comes in many different forms; sometimes it makes you dance and sometimes it makes you cry, or just sends your thoughts to a whole other universe. Case in point with the new album by IN THE COMPANY OF SERPENTS, entitled Ain-Soph Aur which comes out on March 10th, 2017 on digital and vinyl formats. To say I’m impressed with this record is an understatement, because this band has taken doom to new heights. Their tunes stick to the inner parts of your soul and never let go. IN THE COMPANY OF SERPENTS’ new song “Crucible,” which we are premiering below, is blues with a whole lot of heavy wrapped around  it – and I can’t get enough of it! The tones I hear on this song give me hope that all this fucked shit happening in the world is not forever, but just a moment in the thing we call time. You can pre-order Ain-Soph Aur HERE.

 

 

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Artwork courtesy of Mike Lawrence Illustration.

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