EYE OF SOLITUDE Announce ‘March of Solitude 2015’ Mini-tour

UK-based doom, death, depressive and oppressive EYE OF SOLITUDE have announced a string of dates with gothic-tinged death/doom metallers SATURNUS and MARCHE FUNEBRE. The min-tour, dubbed the ‘March of Solitude 2015,’ is set for March of next year and will mark EYE OF SOLITUDE’s first time in Germany!
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On November 24, EYE OF SOLITUDE will release Dear Insanity, a single song, 50 minute-long EP that will be available as a digital download and limited-edition (500 copies) CD. The disc will come packaged as a deluxe  tri-panel DigiSleeve with artwork by Giannis Nakos of Remedy Art Design. A split release with death/doom act FAAL is also set for an early 2015 release.

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EYE OF SOLITUDE’s mesmerizing 2013 release, Canto III, which features six tracks of Orchestral Funeral Doom for a total running time of 72+ minutes, is currently on sale at the Kaotoxin Records shop.

The album is available as a limited-edition (1,000 copies at first press), hand-numbered double digi-CD, featuring six bonus tracks taken from the band’s 2012 & 2013 digital EPs – Awoken by Crows and The Deceit – and as a digital download.

Order at the links below:
Digi-CD & band merch –
shop.kaotoxin.com/artist/eye-of-solitude
Digital Download –
listen.kaotoxin.com/album/canto-iii

The music is inspired by emotional distress, inner pain and a cruel combination of negativity and grief. Dark shapes that terrorize the soul and keep it captive on the altar of suffering, until when not being able to breathe any longer, it finds its end – a supreme escape towards peace and eternal rest.

The Eye Of Solitude is the heart of forests where unsettled spirits dwell, it is the fear within, the carnal ripping of every thought when abandoned in despair, it is nightmare and enlightenment, a fearsome tide that carries the soul and mind onto dark realms of insanity.

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Daniel Neagoe – vocals (Unfathomable Ruination)
Indee Rehal-Sagoo – guitars
Mark Antoniades – guitars (Sidious)
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