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Portuguese Prog Metal Group, SULLEN, Releases "Acheronta Movebo" Studio Video

Sullen Portuguese prog metallers SULLEN today unleash their moving "Acheronta Movebo" studio video. Recorded live at Stone Sound Studio on August 9th, 2020 the track comes off the band’s Nodus Tollens – Act 1: Oblivion full-length, released earlier this month.

Comments drummer Marcelo Aires of the track, "‘Acheronta Movebo’ stands out as a piece of severe introspection, drowning in meaning and emotion. This theme evokes the internal battles that each of us, as human beings, face in certain moments of our lives. A hellish maze from which we destroy and rebuild ourselves, no matter the circumstances. In this particular song, progressive rock molds itself and shapeshifts in a somewhat low pace, as the memories of this battle ensue and the flashbacks occur mercilessly, reminding us of the hard path ahead."

View SULLEN’s "Acheronta Movebo" studio video below!

View the band’s previously released videos for “Memento” and “The Prodigal Sun” below.

SULLEN is a collective force of multiple personalities driven by a common search for new musical possibilities. Nodus Tollens – Act 1: Oblivion establishes a sonic evolution from the band’s 2015 Post-Human debut, while retaining the somber nature that characterizes their music. Layered textures of fierce vocals, guitars, drums, synths, and sound effects are intertwined with meditative passages, all permeated by the turmoil of changing time signatures and elusive chord progressions that make for an enticing listening experience, shaking listeners to their very core and inspiring meditation into the depths of the human soul. Embrace this journey with an open mind and heart and you’ll be taken to higher realms of existence and consciousness.

Nodus Tollens – Act 1: Oblivion is available digitally via Nuclear Blast’s digital subsidiary, Blood Blast Distribution, and on limited edition CD independently by the band.

Find digital orders here: where the record can be streamed in full. For physical orders, visit the SULLEN Bandcamp page here:

“Nodus Tollens” is a neologism by John Koenig, creator of The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, used to define the feeling of insecurity that some people get when they find that their lives don’t make sense anymore. Nodus Tollens – Act 1: Oblivion portrays the apprehension of reality and the need for a paradigm shift; the realization that you’re not following the arc of the story – you must go back and reread the chapters you skimmed to get to the good parts – and that all along you were supposed to choose your own adventure.

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    March 27, 2021

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