Anachitis - The Sorcerer's Sorrow (CD)

$ 14.99


Release Date: 01/15/21

Side project of UADA US black metal

Anachitis was an occult divination stone used in antiquity, believed to be a
raw diamond used to communicate with spirits in water. This is the name
picked by Uada founding member and guitarist James Sloan for his solo
project, a kaleidoscopic black metal creature deeply rooted in the
depressive black metal sounds of the Nineties.
The Sorcerer's Sorrow is Anachitis very debut, where obscure, minimal
synths pave the way for obsessive guitar riffs and desperate shrieks
recounting a tale of despair and self destruction. In Sloan's words, 'There is
an underlying story here being told backwards of someone who desperately
seeks answers to escape the pain of existence through esoteric practices,
but finds nothing but a path to total self destruction'.
Far from being a monodimensional work,in addition to its classic
foundations The Sorcerer's Sorrow unveils a plethora of ideas and
influences, with melodic breaks, atmospheric openings and inspired solos,
a trademark of Sloan's work with his main band. The Sorcerer's Sorrow
hence becomes more than the sum of its parts, a perfect snap-shot of the
artist's inner turmoil, as 'the record shifts between very dark disturbing
moods, to moments that are much more nostalgic and beautiful feeling, the
small glimpses of hope that are the same in

Genre: Metal
Language: English
Run Time: 40 mins

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