January 28, 2018

Veiled - Track Reveal + LP Release Information.

Press Release Information by Nathan T Birk.

Article by Trevor Proctor.

Since the release of Veiled's debut demo, 'Omniscient Veil'  by Iron Bonehead Productions in 2015 the underground has patiently been waiting for further music from this exceptional band. The good news is the wait is almost over as Veiled is set to release debut album, 'Black Celestial Orbs' on CD and LP via Iron Bonehead Productions in March. Read on for some release information and a 1st  track reveal.

Iron Bonehead Productions is proud to present Veiled's highly anticipated debut album, 'Black Celestial Orbs,' on CD and vinyl LP formats - due for release on the 16th of March.

The Veiled name should be well familiar now, starting with the band's genesis under the previous moniker Gnosis of the Witch
Under that banner, the then-American duo released two EPs - the latter of which, 'Dauðr burðr þrysvar,' was released to critical acclaim in 2014 by Iron Bonehead - and then a split 7" with comrades Grá in 2015 (also via Iron Bonehead). 
Following that split, the moniker as well as the entire energy and vibration of the band was changed to Veiled. Diving deeply into that new energy 'n' vibration, Veiled released its debut demo, 'Omniscient Veil,' in 2015 via Iron Bonehead Productions, and thus was sparked a familiar-yet-foreign iteration of Gnosis of the Witch's mystical black metal. 

And at last, it has come to full fruition with the debut full-length 'Black Celestial Orbs.'

Veiled will feature on The Lair of Filth in the coming months but in the meantime here's the 1st track reveal from the band's stunning debut.

'Black Celestial Orbs' by Veiled is set to be released on CD and LP by Iron Bonehead Productions on the 16th of March.

Veiled's debut demo, 'Omniscient Veil' is still available on cassette and digital formats by following this link.

Previous releases by Gnosis of the Witch are also available by following this link.

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