“Angelus Pestis”, the second LOTAN EP, is out today on all digital platforms. The five-track release has been getting quite good reactions from the press and it’s a good development since the band’s debut release, “Nihil sacrum”, out earlier this year.
Lotan stands for “Leviathan” – the seven-headed dragon and the origin of chaos who began a war against the cosmic order and gods. Lotan is a raw melodic black metal band from Denmark. Formed by Phillip Kaaber (Vanir) and Martin Rubini (Vanir), and joined by live members; Lasse Guldbæk (Abscission, Vanir) and Jon Schmidt (Northfall).
Lotan has released their critically acclaimed EP “Nihil Sacrum” in January 2021. And are now getting ready for yet another fierce release, entitled “Angelus Pestis”. Lotan’s lyrical universe is inspired by a mix between satanic spiritualism and existentialism. The music is melodic, heavy, and aggressive.
Kill your masters – kill your god.
“Angelus Pestis” is out today in digital format via UPRISING! Records. Listen and download it here.
Phillip Kaaber – guitars, bass
Martin Rubini – vocals
“A warlike assault of blasting and hammering drums, manically pulsing bass, blazing riffage, and furious vocal tirades that veer from enraged screams to bestial roars” No Clean Singing (US)
“Meaty melodic death metal tinged with black and covered with a thick layer of aggression, Lotan deliver a blistering assault of noise” Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Baning Life (UK) 8/10
““Angelus Pestis” is as aggressive as melodic, giving this raw Black Metal basis an ice-cold and heady aspect” Acta Infernalis (FR) 85/100
“This may not sound very innovative, but it is certainly more than entertaining” Musika (BE) 85/100
“They go over the genre’s general standards’ almost without falling into musical clichés” Metalized Magazine (DK) 6/10