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Pugnare in iis quae obtinere non possis
Label: Heidens Hart Records
Release Date: 14 October 2015
Genre: Black Metal | Country: Belgium

1. Abyssus Abyssum Invocat
2. Sunt Verba Et Voces Praetereaque Nihil
3. Credo Quia Absurdum
4. Ego Sum Qui Sum
5. Damnat Quod Non Intelligunt
6. Pugnare in iis quae obtinere non possis
7. Decepimur Specie Recti
8. Virgo Dei Genitrix
9. Numen

Line Up:Abstrusus – Vocals and guitars
S.P. - Bass
Jonas Sanders – Session drums

Absolutus are a Belgian band shattering the shelter of the unconscious since 2003. Their lyrical content deals primarily with nihilism, metaphysical journeys, eerie experiences and psychology, inspired by writers such as E.M. Cioran and F. Nietzsche.
Starting out as a traditional black metal entity, appearing out of the nothingness with "Ostendit quam nihil sumus", released in 2005 by Goatowarex (Lifelover, Nachtmysium, Mortifera, Urfaust, Austere, ...)
Their absolution shifted on the highly anticipated second album "Pugnare in iis quae obtinere non possis", towards a more aesthetical and experimental approach. This album is in every aspect a highly recommended and truly monumental journey showing much more diversity compared with the debut album, with morbid and violent atmosphere breathing through the complex songs and dark interludes.
Summoned in the the city of dirt and corruption, Brussels, at Blackout studio with help of Neraath and Phorgath from Enthroned horde, expect a massive and devastating monolith of album. Fanatics of new Abigor, Blut Aus Nord, Antaeaus as well as more modern acts like Deathspell Omega and Svartidauði, take heed!

“Once eerie radiance and material presence are required, Cloud and Abyss will join hands to vomit uncelestial particles.”



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