IMPERIUM DEKADENZ are streaming “Still I Rise”, the second new track from their forthcoming new album ‘Dis Manibvs’, at PopMatters. ‘Dis Manibvs’ will be released on August 26 worldwide, and is available for pre-order across various CD and LP formats at the Season of Mist E-Shop.
Regarding the new track, the band comments:
“”Still I Rise”, our second single of the upcoming album, deals with the constant mental development of people unwilling to be part of the grey and stupid mainstream crowd. This development is only completed on our very last day. We walk our own individual paths and we all know the difficulties and resistance. But we also know our enemies, and they will never bring us down!”
‘Dis Manibvs’ translates from Latin to “To the Spirits of the Dead” – meaning “In Remembrance”, and originally found on antique Roman grave markers. The album track list and cover art can be found below.
IMPERIUM DEKADENZ previously streamed “Only Fragments of Light” here. “Only Fragments of Light” is a prime example of the band’s majestic take on atmospheric metal.
1. In Todesbanden
2. Only Fragments Of Light
3. Still I Rise
4. Dis Manibvs
5. Pantheon Spells
6. Vae Victis
9. Pure Nocturnal Rome
What the press says about IMPERIUM DEKADENZ:
“Imperium Dekadenz specialize in gorgeous, widescreen grandeur…Melodic riffs and drawn out song structures allude to depressive black metal, a style more often played in bedrooms and drowned in cassette hiss, but Meadows sounds monumental thanks to a pristine mix and some surprisingly tasteful guitar heroics…we get a thing of beauty played at maximum volume, to maximum effect.” – Stereogum’s top 50 Albums of 2013
“A band with the ability to give fans what they want will find longevity, but those who can give fans what they need will build a legacy. Germany’s Imperium Dekadenz is beginning to do just that, not through evolution or ingenuity, but by flipping to the other side of their own coin…It’s a great example of a band knowing what they’re great at, and turning the dial of space-time about 15 degrees in order to find an ever-so-slight variation of themselves. The coin has been flipped, and the results are beautiful and entrancing, while absolutely exuding conviction.” – Last Rites
“Imperium Dekadenz really should be more well-known than they are, as they have a streak now of putting out great records that can affect you deep inside. You don’t have to speak their native tongue to comprehend their art, and if you give yourself over to their music, the journey will be one that takes you through the forests and into the stars, watching the seasons go from deep freeze to new life.” – Metal Maniacs