SOULBURN Release New Single for “Anarchrist” Off Upcoming New Album!

Dutch blackened death doom unit SOULBURN has just dropped a new single for the track, “Anarchrist.” The single comes off of the band’s forthcoming new album, Noa’s D’ark, which will be available on November 13th via Century Media Records. You can get the link below to check out the new track and read on to get more information about the band.

From The Press Release

(New York, NY – October 16, 2020) – Dutch blackened Death Doom Metallers SOULBURN have just dropped their new single “Anarchrist” today. Check out the second track released off their forthcoming full-length album NOA’S D’ARK out on November 13thvia Century Media Records, here:

“At Friday November 13th, our new album NOA’S D’ARK shall see the pale light of day. And it is with a thrill of pleasure we hereby offer you a second track from that album, called: “Anarchrist”. A Diabolical Libertine of a song.

Lyrically fueled by what I refer to as ‘spiritual anarchy’ & musically drenched with a heavy load of melancholic darkness. ‘Anarchrist’ outgrows itself on both spectrums. It’s an audial entity of existentialistic height that takes you on a journey through the mortality of the soul straight into the bliss and horrors of our cosmic aura.

Written with an unstilled necessity for the liberation of dark art through extreme music. Do these pandemic times try to imprison your mind and flesh? The ‘Anarchrist’ will show you right the f*ck out,” statesSOULBURN frontman Twan van Geel about “Anarchrist”.

NOA’S D’ARK Tracklisting:

  1. The Morgue of Hope
  2. Noah’s Dark
  3. Tempter ov the White Light
  4. Anarchrist
  5. Shrines of Apathy
  6. Assailed by Cosmic Lightning
  7. Triumphant One
  8. Anointed – Blessed – and Born for Burning
  9. The Godless I
  10. From Archaeon into Oblivion

The album’s limited first CD pressing comes with O-card packaging and two bonus tracks (“Abyssica” and “On the Crimson Wings of my Ruin”), which previously only appeared on the limited 7″ EP Carpe Noctem from 2018. NOA’S D’ARK will also be available as an LP in the following formats: 180g vinyl versions in black (unlimited), transparent magenta (limited to 100x copies on CM Europe Webshop), and transparent petrol green (limited to 200x copies via CM Distro). Pre-order NOA’S D’ARK in its various formats here:

Forged amid the temporary demise of legendary death metal crew Asphyx in 1996, guitarist Eric Daniels, alongside drummer Bob Bagchus and frontman Wannes Gubbels (Pentacle) swiftly established themselves with SOULBURN as masters of stripped down and doom-laden black metal with seminal debut album Feeding On Angels in 1998. Initially influenced by Bathory, Venom and Celtic Frost, SOULBURN have been an intermittent but devastating musical force ever since, weathering numerous line-up changes along the way but never losing that deathly focus and fury on the next albums The Suffocating Darkness (2014) and Earthless Pagan Spirit (2016). Now consisting of founding member Eric Daniels (ex Asphyx, Grand Supreme Blood Court), vocalist/bassist Twan van Geel (Legion Of The Damned), second guitarist Remco Kreft (Graceless, ex Grand Supreme Blood Court) and newest addition Marc Verhaar (Graceless) on drums, SOULBURN are soon to unleash their upcoming, angst-inducing new album NOA’S D’ARK. Look out for a true sonic inferno for godless souls!

SOULBURN is Marc Verhaar (drums), Remco Kreft (guitar), Twan van Geel (vocals/bass), and Eric Daniels (guitar).

Watch “From Archaeon into Oblivion”:


Soulburn (Demo) – 1996
Feeding On Angels – 1998
The Suffocating Darkness – 2014
Split 7″ EP w/ Desaster – 2015
Earthless Pagan Spirit – 2016
Carpe Noctem 7″ EP – 2018
NOA’S D’ARK – 2020

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About Michael Juvinall (6469 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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