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DYMBUR- The Legend of Thraat OUT NOW!

Dymbur The band has taken several years to finish this magnum opus. It is a concept album that dwells with the theme of dark fantasy set in a folk background. ‘The Legend of Thraat’ is an absolute amalgamation of Modern Metal leaning towards aggression and smart technicality. Recognized as one of North East India’s most popular Metal bands- Dymbur has made no stones unturned. The band’s front man Julian adds, “This album will appeal to fans of Monuments, Twelve Foot Ninja, Aliases, Allegaeon to name a few.” Consisting of 10 tracks the album traces the evolutionary journey of Dymbur stretching from the band's roots to the future direction being taken.

THRAAT is depicted as the Fifth member of the band and as an imaginary beast in the band’s Concept Debut- Album ‘THE LEGEND OF THRAAT.'

The Legend of Thraat
Rule of Fifth
All Seeing Eye
Capital Vices
Diablo Illumination
Origins From Alpha
When Anger Dwells

This album has been recorded by Cornelius Kharsyntiew, at Legato Recording Studios in Shillong and mixed and mastered by Brandon Scurlark at Eltar Studios in North Carolina, United States of America. The Music Video of the same was shot & edited by Embor Sayo of Fishy Photography, Shillong.

The band released two brand new videos from the album.

Capital Vices

Diablo Illumination

The first single ‘Capital Vices’ was premiered exclusively via Metal Injection:
US Premiere on Metal Injection

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    December 06, 2019

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