SHORES OF NULL release music video for new single „My Darkest Years“

„The Loss Of Beauty“ to be released March 24th on Spikerot Records

March 24th will see the release of „The Loss of Beauty“, the brand new full-length record by Italian doom metal outfit Shores Of Null. „The Loss of Beauty“ is Shores Of Null’s fourth album and follows the acclaimed „Beyond The Shores (On Death And Dying)“, unanimously considered by fans and critics as one of the doom metal gems of recent years. Both albums were recorded between 2019 and early 2020, and although „The Loss of Beauty“ was initially conceived as the band’s third album, „Beyond The Shores“ took its place as it better reflected the doom and gloom sentiment of the „annus horribilis“ 2020.

Across 11 tracks (plus two bonus tracks), Shores Of Null once again submerges listeners with tempestuous and turbulent riffs. The band continues to hone its sound and take its melancholic dark metal to new heights by mastering an assorted palette of genres with inbred poignancy. The lyrics celebrate beauty in imperfection and transience and are meant to be an invitation to seek beauty in little things, especially those unexpected and ephemeral.

The band’s brand new single ‚My Darkest Years‘ is the third extract from Shores Of Null’s upcoming album. The single comes with a music video, which has been crafted by Underroom Studio and is an emotional homage to stories told to guitarist Raffaele Colace by his grandfather, a WWII veteran.

He shares the details:
„He was taken prisoner in Russia, but he managed to escape and he traveled all the way to Greece, where he hid for a few years in the countryside, in a swamp between the trees, sometimes in a pigpen. In his stories, he told of a woman that brought him a piece of bread every now and then, thus saving him from hunger. Although he managed to escape and survive the war and return to his family in Italy, sorrow never left him for the rest of his life. Whenever he recalled these memories, his eyes were full of tears, and we know for sure that the horrors he saw were way bigger than anything he was able to tell.“

Watch the video here:

Shores of Null on tour with Swallow The Sun, Draconian and Avatarium:
02/04/2023 – Parkteatret (Oslo/Norway)
03/04/2023 – Valand Gothenburg/Sweden)
04/04/2023 – Pumpehuset (Copenhagen/Danemark)
05/04/2023 – HeadCrash (Hamburg/Germany)
06/04/2023 – Doornroosje (Nijmegen/NL)
07/04/2023 – Het Entrpot (Brugge/Belgium)
08/04/2023 – Rebellion (Manchester/UK)
09/04/2023 – Slay (Glasgow/UK)
10/04/2023 – The Limelight (Belfast/Ireland)
11/04/2023 – Whelan’s (Dublin/Ireland)
12/04/2023 – The Underworld Camden (London/UK)
13/04/2023 – Essigfabrik (Koln/Germany)
14/04/2023 – Matrix (Bochum/Germany)
15/04/2023 – Colos-Saal (Aschaffenburg/Germany)
16/04/2023 – Im Wizemann (Stuggart/Germany)
17/04/2023 – Le Grillen (Colmar/France)
18/04/2023 – O’Sullivans Backstage By The Mill (Paris/France)
19/04/2023 – Le Ferrailleur (Nantes/France)
20/04/2023 – Le Rex De Toulouse (Tolouse/France)
21/04/2023 – Sala Changó (Madrid/Spain)
22/04/2023 – Sala Bóveda (Barcelona/Spain)
23/04/2023 – La Secret Place (Saint Jean De Védas/France)
24/04/2023 – CCO Jean-Pierre Lachaize (Lyon/France)
25/04/2023 – Legend Club (Milano/Italy)
26/04/2023 – Orto Bar (Lubiana/Slovenia)
27/04/2023 – Konzerthaus Schüür (Lucerna/Swisse)
28/04/2023 – Undertown (Meyrin Canton Ginevra/Swisse)
29/04/2023 – Caves du Manoir (Martigny/Swisse)
30/04/2023 – Backstage (Munich/Germany)
01/05/2023 – Dürer Kert (Budapest/Hungary)
02/05/2023 – Viper Room (wien/Austria)
03/05/2023 – Futurum Music Bar (Praga/Czech Republic)
04/05/2023 – Hole44 (Berlin/Germany)
05/05/2023 – Drizzly Grizzly (Danzica/Poland)
06/05/2023 – U Bazyla (Poznan/Poland)
07/05/2023 – UT Connewitz (Lipsia/Germania)