Spanish black metal band Perennial Isolation sign to Non Serviam Records

After three albums which have been released by Spanish label Darkwoods, black metal band Perennial Isolation have now announced a deal with Non Serviam Records and are ready to release their fourth piece.

Perennial Isolation were founded in Barcelona, Spain during the year 2012, and since then the Spanish black metal squad has worked relentlessly in the underground. Crafting one album after the other, the quartet has released Conviction Of Voidness (2014), Astral Dream (2015), and Epiphanies Of The Orphaned Light (2016). All of these albums have been released via Darkwoods.

Now, after a quieter time, Perennial Isolation will return with a new album in the year 2021. The coming full-length will be released via Dutch label Non Serviam Records. Ricardo Gelok, guitarist and singer of Winter Of Sin, but also label manager of Non Serviam, comments the signing:

So now and then we receive promos that grabs the attention from the first tunes. This was also the case when we listened to the promo of Perennial Isolation. We really loved the atmosphere that was in the music. It’s a real pleasure to work with a band that is as professional as Perennial Isolation and have a friendly approach when we are in contact.”

Atmospheric black metalheads Perennial Isolation sadly are not willing to reveal anything more about the coming album, but have also released a statement concerning their label deal:

We are glad to join the Non Serviam Records family! Since the first moment we felt at home, as they understood our philosophy and our vision of atmospheric black metal. It’s a privilege to be here, being part of their incredible roster. We are ready to unleash our new record with them. We are sure that the new album will be very well received thanks to their experience and professionalism.”

Perennial Isolation are:
V. – drums
A. – vocals and bass
M. – guitars
I. – guitars

More information about the band can be found on their Facebook as well as their Bandcamp page.

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