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FOSCOR explore the darkest side of life on new single "Malson"

Along with an accompanying music video.

Catalan's FOSCOR have more than just talented musicians within their ranks as guitarist Falke takes the helm on filming the band's latest music video for Malson. Though not as intense as the first single Cel Rogent, it carries it's heaviness in emotion that transcends the very instrument it hails from. This mesmerizing track hails from Els Sepulcres Blancs, out September 6 via Season of Mist.

FOSCOR comment of the song and music video:

"Our music pretends to serve us as a tool in the thrilling act of poetizing the world. The new song ‘Malson’ translates as ‘Nightmare’ in Catalan, and digs into the darkest side of life and our own weaknesses, trying to approach the listener to the lyrical content. Metaphorically, life sometimes seems to offer no escape to suffering moments, as if a tall black presence accompanying us may lead everything to recurrent dead ends when facing our boundaries.

"Once again, filmed and edited by our guitarist Falke, the video claims to reach reconciliation between our own world of emotions and the physical one we daily must deal with. There’s a tragic sense on life’s darkness which allows a new beauty to appear, and so it is what inspires our music and speech. Musically speaking, the song is the most delicate one of the collection, offering by far the most distant to metal language from the whole album. Choosing to work without distortion on guitars was a key point during the composition process and opened a new and definitive universe to us trying to reach the timeless music all across styles and ages we drink from."

Stream Malson below and pre=order your copy of the record HERE.

Cover art by Deborah Sheedy


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