Today, black metal cult Kvltist premiere the new track “The Devil’s Catechumen” at heavily trafficked web-portal NoCleanSinging.com. The track hails from the band’s highly anticipated debut album,Catechesis, set for international release on December 3rd via W.T.C. Productions. Hailing from Germany, which has a deep-seated history of black metal, Kvltist create coruscating hymns of obsidian strength and boundless occult energy. Across Catechesis, the duo weave ‘n’ wend the listener down myriad corridors, be they spiritual, mental, physical, or otherwise; their potency is writ large across the surging, heavy mass of gnarled (and gnarling) frequencies. Orthodox black metal Catechesis may be, but Kvltist are sonic alchemists, tempering their enrapturing potions with startling dynamics, high drama, and haunting melody like true adepts despite their novice years as a band. The song titles themselves – from “The Devil’s Catechumen” and “Darkest Light From Glaring Shadows” to “Eucharisty of Death Divine” and “Oblation” – evince the same timeless devotion to the Satanic arts on whichW.T.C. has made its formidable name, and with Catechesis as the latest acrid sacrament to offer a starving congregation, Kvltist are set to lead the flock to liberation and illumination. Begin that journey exclusively HERE, courtesy of NoCleanSinging.com. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:
Track listing for Kvltist’s Catechesis
1. The Devil’s Catechumen
3. Darkest Light From Glaring Shadows
4. Eucharisty Of Death Divine
6. Doxologia Eosphoros
7. Ite Ad Ignis
Kvltist was formed in early 2013 as the manifestation of a vision carried along by MZI since almost a decade before: to create black metal which is rooted deep in its devil-worshiping traditions yet contemporary in its feverish, multi-layered expression. The writing and immediate recording for the first opus began in December 2013. Shortly after, Amon Xul joined Kvltist as permanent main vocalist. In September 2015, the work finally was complete and the utterly adversarial sonic incarnation calledCatechesis was fully materialized: a swathing, ecstatic, and filthy black metal liturgy of utter Luciferian devotion and worship was dragged from the Abyss, accompanied by guest vocalists such as Hellchrist Xul of Funeral Winds and Necrosodom of Azarath / Deus Mortem and organically mastered by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony.