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On The Table Read, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Three Eyes Of The Void are returning with a new LP following the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Three Eyes Of The Void
After Dmytro Kvashnin left Balfor in 2014 in search of music that was less deterministic and more experimental, with influences from other uprising subgenres of black metal, Three Eyes of the Void began as a one-man studio project.
With assistance from Alexander Kasiarum (ex-Joncofy) on drums, the EP “The Moment of Storm” was composed and recorded in 2017 at MuzProduction Recordings in Lviv, Ukraine. Oleg Olgerd Rubanov (1914, Bergrizen, Kroda) mixed the album.
A new LP was scheduled to be released in 2018, with all instruments recorded and the mixing studio booked. However, the release was put on hold because of the album’s “soft” sound and undefined story.
Dmytro met Arkadiusz Nizioek, an ex-Sacrilegium member, in Gdansk, Poland, toward the end of 2021, and he persuaded him to push for the release. After that, Jakub Milszewski joined Marcin Urban (ex-Sacrilegium) on bass and took over on guitar.
With the assistance of David Deutsch from 1408-Productions (The Hirsch Effekt, Heretoir), Three Eyes of the Void began working on new material for the LP, which would be released in early 2023, following the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war in 2022.
The Band is currently working with sound engineer Filip Haucha at Heinrich House Studio (Behemoth, Vesania) to record album material.
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