NUMENOREAN Release New Song, "Coma," via Metal Injection

Canadian post black metallers  NUMENOREAN  have partnered up with Metal Injection to premiere their new single, "Coma." "Coma" is the second single from the band's forthcoming studio album, 'Adore,' which is out on April 12 via Season of Mist.  Listen to "Coma" via Metal Injection at  THIS LOCATION.   'Adore' will be available in the formats of various colored vinyl, merchandising, and CD digipak. It can be pre-ordered  HERE .  If you are interested in speaking with  NUMENOREAN , get in touch with  Katy Irizarry  at Katy@Season-of-mist.com. Additional assets, such as a detailed bio and hi-rez photos, can be found  HERE .   NUMENOREAN  have previously unveiled the cover artwork of 'Adore,' which was created by Luca Pierro. The artwork and the track-listing can be found below.

Canadian post black metallers NUMENOREAN have partnered up with Metal Injection to premiere their new single, "Coma." "Coma" is the second single from the band's forthcoming studio album, 'Adore,' which is out on April 12 via Season of Mist.

Listen to "Coma" via Metal Injection at THIS LOCATION.

'Adore' will be available in the formats of various colored vinyl, merchandising, and CD digipak. It can be pre-ordered HERE.

If you are interested in speaking with NUMENOREAN, get in touch with Katy Irizarry at Katy@Season-of-mist.com. Additional assets, such as a detailed bio and hi-rez photos, can be found HERE.

NUMENOREAN have previously unveiled the cover artwork of 'Adore,' which was created by Luca Pierro. The artwork and the track-listing can be found below.

Tracklist : 1. Nocebo (02:31) 2. Portrait of Pieces (08:37) 3. Horizon (04:17) 4. And Nothing Was The Same   (01:29) 5.  Regret  (06:56) 6. Stay (02:22) 7. Coma (05:10) 8. Alone (02:01) 9. Adore (08:42) 10. DDHS (01:23) Total playing time: 0:43:28   NUMENOREAN  unveil their staggering sophomore album 'Adore.’ Three years in the making, the album is a towering work of lustrous metallic art. Its deeply-nuanced tracks weave ferocity and beauty into sweeping pieces that are as haunting as they are cathartic.  NUMENOREAN  place themselves at the fore of the genre’s evolution with this profoundly moving work of modern, post-black metal brilliance.  Having only released a 2-song demo in 2014, the band got offered a lengthy recording deal by Season of Mist. Soon after, debut record ‘Home’ followed and the underground met  NUMENOREAN ’s take on post black metal with some critical acclaim, yet also polarizing views, due to the graphic nature of the cover.  With ‘Home’,  NUMENOREAN  achieved far more than just following a musical path pioneered by DEAFHEAVEN, ALCEST, WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM, and DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT. The Canadians crafted a musical masterpiece that embraced beauty, harshness and melancholy in equal measure and transformed those into fragile, nihilistic and hauntingly beautiful songs.  After playing shows with DEAFHEAVEN, GHOST BATH and BATUSKHA in Canada, the United States and Australia,  NUMENOREAN  set up a crowdfunding campaign to fund the recording of the sophomore album with Josh Schroeder (GHOST BATH).  Forming the antithesis of the previous album, ‘Adore’ adopts a more vibrant approach, both musically and thematically. Rather than seeing life from a nihilistic view, the songs convey a loose message of hope. The lyrics and the theme of the music explore being beat, down and broken, but still finding a way to preserve by finding reasons to appreciate life for what it can be.    NUMENOREAN  skilfully employ the feeling of melancholy, an intricate song writing and the black metal roots that marked their debut. Yet the newfound hooks and facets of ‘Adore’, represent a band that has established and evolved sound. ‘Adore’, will be one for the year lists.   For more on  NUMENOREAN , visit their official  FACEBOOK ,  INSTAGRAM , and TWITTER  pages.   Line-up:  Guitar/Vox - Byron Lemley Vocals - Brandon Lemley Guitar/Vocals - Roger LeBlanc Guitar – Alex Kot Bass - Tomas Casper Ingham   Recording line-up:   Guitar/Vox - Byron Lemley Vocals - Brandon Lemley Guitar/Vocals - Roger LeBlanc Bass – Alex Kot Drums – David Horrocks

Tracklist:
1. Nocebo (02:31)
2. Portrait of Pieces (08:37)
3. Horizon (04:17)
4. And Nothing Was The Same   (01:29)
5. Regret (06:56)
6. Stay (02:22)
7. Coma (05:10)
8. Alone (02:01)
9. Adore (08:42)
10. DDHS (01:23)
Total playing time: 0:43:28

NUMENOREAN unveil their staggering sophomore album 'Adore.’ Three years in the making, the album is a towering work of lustrous metallic art. Its deeply-nuanced tracks weave ferocity and beauty into sweeping pieces that are as haunting as they are cathartic. NUMENOREAN place themselves at the fore of the genre’s evolution with this profoundly moving work of modern, post-black metal brilliance.

Having only released a 2-song demo in 2014, the band got offered a lengthy recording deal by Season of Mist. Soon after, debut record ‘Home’ followed and the underground met NUMENOREAN’s take on post black metal with some critical acclaim, yet also polarizing views, due to the graphic nature of the cover.

With ‘Home’, NUMENOREAN achieved far more than just following a musical path pioneered by DEAFHEAVEN, ALCEST, WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM, and DER WEG EINER FREIHEIT. The Canadians crafted a musical masterpiece that embraced beauty, harshness and melancholy in equal measure and transformed those into fragile, nihilistic and hauntingly beautiful songs.

After playing shows with DEAFHEAVEN, GHOST BATH and BATUSKHA in Canada, the United States and Australia, NUMENOREAN set up a crowdfunding campaign to fund the recording of the sophomore album with Josh Schroeder (GHOST BATH).

Forming the antithesis of the previous album, ‘Adore’ adopts a more vibrant approach, both musically and thematically. Rather than seeing life from a nihilistic view, the songs convey a loose message of hope. The lyrics and the theme of the music explore being beat, down and broken, but still finding a way to preserve by finding reasons to appreciate life for what it can be.

NUMENOREAN skilfully employ the feeling of melancholy, an intricate song writing and the black metal roots that marked their debut. Yet the newfound hooks and facets of ‘Adore’, represent a band that has established and evolved sound. ‘Adore’, will be one for the year lists.

For more on NUMENOREAN, visit their official FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, andTWITTER pages.

Line-up:
Guitar/Vox - Byron Lemley
Vocals - Brandon Lemley
Guitar/Vocals - Roger LeBlanc
Guitar – Alex Kot
Bass - Tomas Casper Ingham

Recording line-up:
Guitar/Vox - Byron Lemley
Vocals - Brandon Lemley
Guitar/Vocals - Roger LeBlanc
Bass – Alex Kot
Drums – David Horrocks