Symphonic Metal Act CATHUBODUA Premieres Music Video For New Single „Effigy Of Aftermath“! New Album, „Interbellum“,coming on February 23, 2024 via Massacre Records!

February 23, 2024 will see CATHUBODUA release their new studio album, „Interbellum“, via Massacre Records, and unleash a storm that will enrapture fans of symphonic metal from all over the world! The album pre-sale is available at 

Following their previously-released, first album single “Foretelling”, today, CATHUBODUA have premiered a music video for their epic album opening track „Effigy Of Aftermath“Says vocalist Sara Vanderheyden:

“In a dramatic, swift, yet gentle embrace, „Effigy of Aftermath“ seizes you by the throat. Deliberately, we chose to center our focus on rapid lead guitars, majestic brass-driven orchestrations, and profoundly intense fluctuations between lighter and darker musical themes.

This song incarnates the mystical realm of Cathubodua, metamorphosing gradually into the formidable war goddess she represents. Echoing the tradition of classical war goddesses who embodied both passion and love, we found inspiration in intertwining these potent forces. The lyrics draw from the haunting image of Cathubodua, enticing men into battlefields for a gruesome fate—an unexpected manifestation of love and perfection. While the verses delve into the disappointment with people in life, the chorus radiates a luminous and positive aura, beckoning listeners into the battlefield that unfolds in the song’s climactic crescendo.“

The song is now available on all digital services via, watch the music video here:

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Sara Vanderheyden – Vocals & Orchestrations

Arvid Vermote – Violin

Robin Ritzen – Guitars

Peter Thielemans – Bass

Harald Bouten – Drums