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Monochromatic harbingers of hell BELZEBUBS have released a new single from their eagerly awaited Century Media album “Pantheon of the Nightside Gods”, due April 26th. Accompanied also by a video edit, “Cathedrals of Mourning” provides a foretaste of the band’s new progressive meloblack sound, that’d make even the Antichrist himself tremble with anticipation. The track features guest performances by Desibelius (keyboards) and Skvllcraft (backing vocals), who also appear on the video.


“We shot the flick on location in an old monastery, snuggly shrouded by the grim Norwegian mountains. Beautiful place with grand views over the fjords and all. A bit of a pity we’re not exactly welcome back, I guess…” lead guitarist Obesyx vaguely comments.

Watch the new music video here:


“Cathedrals of Mourning” was filmed and produced by Pyjama Films, also responsible for the band’s previous music video “Blackened Call”, which has hit over a million views on Youtube.

You can watch the video for “Blackened Call” here: 


“Cathedrals of Mourning” is now available on all streaming and download platforms as a digital single. ”Pantheon of the Nightside Gods” will be released April 26th, 2019, and will be available in the following formats: 

  • Ltd. CD Mediabook coming with a lush 24 page illustrated booklet
  • Ltd. Gatefold LP+CD & LP-Booklet 
  • Digital Album

Pre-order the album here: 


Samaël: Drums 

Sløth: Vocals & guitar 

Obesyx: Lead guitar 

Hubbath: Vocals & bass








“Blackened Call” music video: 

“Cathedrals of Mourning” music video:

Album announcement:

Source: Century media