IDOLATRY – EXEQUIISM TOUR (MAY 2015)
RIYL: Gorgoroth, Behexen, Inquisition, Sargeist, and Horna
Top (left to right): Nox Invictus (Guitar), Daemonikus Abominor (Drums), Lycaon Vollmond (Guitar), and Center: Lörd Matzigkeitus (Vocals)
Photo credit: Pandemic Photography (Kevin Eisenlord)
View all the listed dates on Artist Data : http://artistdata.sonicbids.com/idolatry/shows/
May 16 Winnipeg, Manitoba @ the zoo
May 20 Toronto, Ontario @ Coalition T.O
May 22 Montréal, Québec @ Bar Hemisphère Gauche
May 23 Québec, Québec @ Salle Unisson
May 24 Saguenay, Québec @ K-Baret
May 27 Sudbury, Ontario @ Little Montréal
May 29 Brandon, Manitoba @ North Hill Inn
Stream Clefs au Chambre de Tristêsse: http://www.nocleansinging.com/2015/04/03/an-ncs-video-premiere-idolatry-clefs-au-chambre-de-tristesse-a-key-to-the-room-of-sadness/
‘Infection Born of Ending’ a 7’ split with Columbus, Ohio Black Metal group Unrest featuring the unique Idolatry track is available to purchase through BigCartel.There will only be 40, hand numbered copies available.The split is available for pre-order April 3, 2015 and will be available June 2015.
Side A: Unrest – Of Filth
Side B: Idolatry – Clefs au Chambre de Tristêsse / …Once Thought of Webs
Self-titled EP – 2014
Infection Born of Ending – 2015
Creaking, bleak and articulate in its fury, Idolatry perform dynamic black metal that is at once cold and calculating, and then a schizophrenic catharsis. Comprised of members from Edmonton’s finest pedigree of extreme metal with singular vision to be old Norway’s soldier in Canada’s frozen tundra of misery. Live, Idolatry is corpse painted, spiked, and manic, raiding crowds of their attention to all else….terrifying. At the pen, Idolatry is wise and ancient. Heavily steeped in philosophy and the defense of Atheistic Satanism and the expulsion of abhorrent inner turmoil.
Fear what is coming….. Lest the mirrors paint your face in our madness.
“Idolatry creates basic black metal with a flowing melodic inner structure despite its raw exterior. The strikingly morose atmosphere of the music is what appealed to me the most.” – Deathmetal.org
“The music gets under your skin and writhes like worms in your head. Its dismal melodies tend to stay in your head, too. The finishing instrumental segment over the video’s closing credits is eerie, dramatic, and powerful — and it offers no hope either” – NoCleanSinging.com
Dreadful, horrifying, and ear shattering black metal emanates like some kind of noxious fog from my speakers, enveloping my very being with its disgusting, cathartic wails. This must be Idolatry, and their debut release.
– Crown of Viserys