E.M. Hearst from The NULLL Collective threw the following bit of news out through e-mail:

"International Funeral Doom Cult The NULLL Collective have signed with legendary U.K. underground label Aesthetic Death Records. The label will release the Collective's debut full-length CD De Monstris this summer.

The NULLL Collective is made up of three veteran Funeral Doom artists: E.M. Hearst (Torture Wheel, Wraith Of The Ropes, Synaptic Fracture), Stijn Van Cauter (Until Death Overtakes Me, Wijlen Wij, The Ethereal, Beyond Black Void), and S.P. White (Uncertainty Principle). The sound of the debut album is morbid, crushing, raw, monstrous, hateful Funeral Doom of a highly twisted and experimental nature.

Exact release date TBA"


Source: aestheticdeath.com
 
Posted: 14.04.2010 by Lucas



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Black Conundrum - 16.04.2010 at 03:48  
The Nulll Collective, eh? The first thing I thought of was Nulll Records. Sure enough, Stijn Van Cauter is involved. I have high hopes for this debut album.
Lucas - 17.04.2010 at 21:01  
Written by Black Conundrum on 16.04.2010 at 03:48

The Nulll Collective, eh? The first thing I thought of was Nulll Records. Sure enough, Stijn Van Cauter is involved. I have high hopes for this debut album.


In which project is he not involved? He has more bands than the database of Metal Archives itself.

This one's good though.

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