Doom metal band from Finland Kypck, who sing in Russian, will bring us another Siberian Winter this upcoming September. Their new opus, and fourth in total, is entitled 3epo (Zero) and Kypck have started a Pledge campaign. You can order the album here. Furthermore, the cover has also been revealed.
Finnish doomsters Kypck (pronounced Kursk) are ready to give us more doom (metal). The band uses the Russian language in all lyrics and titles, and is working on a new album. You can expect the follow-up to Имена на стене (The Names On The Wall) to be out in the spring of 2016. So far, no other details have been revealed but the writing process is complete and the band will enter the studio soon to record the new beast.
Finnish doom metallers Kypck are about to release their new album Imena Na Stene (Имена на стене). However, you can already listen to their entire new creation at this location. As the band says, the new album can be heard from beginning to end and legally, which is always a plus.
Doom metallers Kypck have recently revealed the cover artwork that will grace their new album. The band's third album Imena Na Stene (which translates to "The Names On The Wall") will be released on March 21st, 2014 via Ranka Kustannus as a luxurious 6-panel digipak, including a 16-page booklet with Cyrillic Russian lyrics and English translations. The cover art is based on Petri Laurell's photographs shot in the ghost town of Pripyat, Ukraine next to what used to be the nuclear power plant of Chernobyl. Check it out below where you also find two new songs to stream: "Imya Na Stene" and "Deti Birkenau".
Doomsters rejoice because Kypck are about to enter the studio tomorrow to begin recording album number three. After the debut Cherno and later Nizhe, the new yet untitled opus will be released in March 2014 via Ranka Kustannus. For now, all we know is that Hiili Hiilesmaa will be producing it.
Finnish doom metal band Kypck have parted ways with drummer Kai H.M. Hiilesmaa, and recruited former Charon drummer Antti Karihtala to replace him. It is however very possible that he will produce Kypck's albums in the future as well.