AGRYPNIE are currently on tour with their new album “Grenzgænger” and the second album “Pavor Nocturnus”, which contains new recordings from the band’s early days. Fittingly, the new single “Die Längste Nacht” has now been released.
You can listen to the track here:
The new album “Grenzgænger” can be called a Magnum Opus without further ado. With a playing time of more than an hour, AGRYPNIE create a rich cosmos of sound, pulling the listener deeper and deeper into the abyss. Furious rage changes into disillusioned hopelessness and blurs the limits of space the further one advances into the endlessness.
The second album “Pavor Nocturnus” contains the songs of the band’s first release, a split with Fated, which has been unavailable for years. The new recordings of AGRYPNIE’s early songs bring a new, tremendous garment to these titles. Furthermore, there is new material that wanders outside the Black Metal borders, and numerous orchestral re-interpretations of diverse AGRYPNIE classics, bringing new and special perspectives to these titles.
Also with more than one hour playing time, this album is a journey into the depths of another world, as well.
You can still see AGRYPNIE together with Totalselfhatred, Arroganz, and Asphagor live on these dates:
16.10. Erfurt (DE), Club From Hell
17.10. Wien (AT), Viper Room Vienna
18.10. Innsbruck (AT), p.m.k
19.10. Stuttgart (DE), Club Zentral
20.10. Olten (CH), Schützi
Furthermore, AGRYPNIE have recently been added to the billing of RAGNARÖK FESTIVAL 2019.