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DODECAHEDRON Release New Album, ‘Kwintessens’

Experimental black metal band DODECAHEDRON have released their new album, ‘Kwintessens’ worldwide today. ‘Kwintessens’ is available across multiple LP and CD formats here. The album is also available digitally at Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify, Google music, and more.

With ‘Kwintessens’, DODECAHEDRON conjures a unique sound that is as alien as it is terrifying; dragging the listener through a horrific journey of atonal and dissonant moments, jarring tempo changes, and dramatic shifts in composition. ‘Kwintessens’ sees DODECAHEDRON embrace the shifting from the light to the dark as they masterfully guide their signature style of bizarre, uneasy aggression into passages of cold, threatening calm. ‘Kwintessens’ marks a new evolution for a band far ahead of their peers, and spares no one in its path of sonic demolition.

‘Kwintessens’, an ambitious and demented take on extreme metal is streaming now at CLRVYNT.

Regarding the album stream, the band comments, “We are very pleased to finally show you our full musical narrative that is ‘Kwintessens’. A story about enlightenment, megalomania and visions getting out of hand. As with all stories concerning man, this one will also end in an obliterating tragedy. Every composition is part of a greater plan and embodies the concept – the sum of small parts is what makes ‘Kwintessens’ a distinct album.


The artwork and track list for ‘Kwintessens’ can be found below:


1. Prelude
2. TETRAHEDRON – The Culling of the Unwanted from the Earth
3. HEXAHEDRON – Tilling the Human Soil
4. Interlude
5. OCTAHEDRON – Harbinger
6. DODECAHEDRON – An Ill-Defined Air of Otherness
7. Finale
8. ICOSAHEDRON – The Death of Your Body

‘Kwintessens’ on Bandcamp
‘Kwintessens’ on Spotify


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