May 04

GORGUTS stream new EP, ‘Pleiades’ Dust’


Critically-acclaimed death metal pioneers GORGUTS are streaming their highly anticipated new EP, ‘Pleiades’ Dust’. The EP is streaming in full at Decibel Magazine

Regarding ‘Pleiades’ Dust’, GORGUTS founder Luc Lemay comments:

“Dear fans,

It with great joy that we can finally share this new sonic painting with you. I must say that I’ve been looking forward this moment for quite some time now. I couldn’t be more proud of this new amalgam of themes, ambiances and surprises that appeared along the process of carving this new composition. I like to call them “happy accidents”. That’s what the beauty of writing and composing is all about.

I’m also very happy that the story of a long forgotten library made his way to my curiosity. With this theme, I was able to pay an ode to those ancient thinkers, to the beauty of books and history. Three things that have been fascinating me for a long, long time.



A unique and incredibly ambitious concept masterminded by band founder Luc Lemay, ‘Pleiades’ Dust’ runs as a single, continuous track that spans over 30 minutes of total run-time. ‘Pleiades’ Dust’ will be released by Season of Mist worldwide on May 13th. ‘Pleiades’ Dust’ is available for pre-order across several CD and LP formats at the Season of Mist E-Shop.

The album art for ‘Pleiades’ Dust’, illustrated by renowned artist Zbigniew M. Bielak (MAYHEM, WATAIN, GHOST, and more) can be found above.

GORGUTS recently landed the cover of the June issue of Decibel Magazine. The issue features an in-depth conversation with the band about the writing process for their new EP, “Pleiades’ Dust’, and is available for pre-order at Decibel’s official website. The cover for the issue, featuring GORGUTS founder Luc Lemay can be found below.

Updated GORGUTS news and tour information will be made available through the Season of Mist website, and the GORGUTS websiteReverbnation, Twitter, and Facebook pages.

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