Celebrating their signing to Prosthetic Records the right way.
Progressive black metal has a new formidable entry with Atlanta's Tómarúm announcing their debut album, Ash In Realms of Stone Icons, which arrives on May 6th via Prosthetic Records with another towering cover by way of Mariusz Lewandowski. This Prosthetic Records label debut features session bass from Arran McSporran of Virvum and session drums from Spencer Moore of Inferi for a well-rounded affair that finds the young duo in prime form. The band's debut EP, Wounds Ever Expanding (2020), set the course for their seamless bridge of tech death and atmospheric black metal and Ash in Realms of Stone Icons is set to take it to new and heart-wrenching extremes.
The band comment on the signing:
“We are incredibly thrilled to announce our signing to Prosthetic Records. Being a part of a roster that has housed legends like Gojira and Lamb of God, as well as currently housing incredible modern acts like Psycroptic, Dawn Ray’d and Schammasch, is humbling to say the least. Our debut full-length, Ash in Realms of Stone Icons, is finally ready after lineup changes, countless delays, and almost five years of obsessive work, and to have it released by a label who truly understands our vision and believes in the potential of the band is an incredible feeling. The team has been so great to work with, and we cannot wait to see where this partnership takes us in the years to come!”
Kyle Walburn (guitars, vocals, programming) adds on the single:
"In This Empty Space was the second song written for the band, and it's one of our favorites on the album. It is one of the more straightforward, intense tracks on the album and we picked it as the first single because it gives a good idea of what to expect from the record without giving away too much of what’s in store. The song was written during one of my lowest points mentally and bringing it to life has been greatly cathartic. We hope those who choose to listen experience a similar feeling.”
Stream In This Empty Space below and pre-order your copy of the record HERE.