Noctem reveal new video Credo Certe Ne Cras

Iberian black/death metal practitioners Noctem release video for the title track of new album

Iberian death/black metal practitioners, Noctem, have revealed their latest video for the new single ‘Credo Certe Ne Cras’. The unholy psalm serves as the title track of the band’s eagerly awaited new full-length, set for release on 28th October on MNRK Heavy.

Check out the video for ‘Credo Certe Ne Cras’ here:  

Full length Credo Certe Ne Cras out 28th October via MNRK Heavy

Pre-order Credo Certe Ne Cras here:

Elaborates the band of the title track: “We’re excited to finally bring this latest offering from our upcoming new album to our faithful devilish horde! This title track combines various elements of Credo Certe Ne Cras, all within the confines of one song. Play it loud!”

In spirit, presentation, and philosophy, Noctem shares much in common with WatainRotting ChristBelphegor, and Gorgoroth, while sprouting their own decaying branch of a rotten metal tree. Any extreme band with Spanish-style nylon string guitars in their arsenal owes a sizable debt to them. Noctem – Credo Certe Ne Cras

Noctem follows on from their previous career landmark in 2019, The Black Consecration, with a new definitive masterpiece, merging the crushing cacophony of angry, adrenaline-fuelled lust with newfound sorrows and mournful melodic might. Credo Certe Ne Cras, (I believe with certainty that there is no tomorrow), is a work of art. The album demands to be experienced as much as listened to, invoking ritualistic examination. 

The blood and fire spewed forth by Noctem are visceral, fitting companions to their unrivalled sound, a vicious black metal assault enhanced with a signature Iberian flourish. Arguably the best-known extreme metal export from Valencia, Spain, Noctem‘s ungodly path put them in front of cult audiences around the world.

The first metal band from Spain to perform in China, Noctem‘s unrelenting touring saw them team up with the likes of MurdukBatushkaNapalm DeathImmolation, and many more over the years. Dozens of prestigious extreme festivals added them to their line-ups including BloodstockMetal EmbraceMetaldays, and Festimetal Santa Catarina

In 2002, Noctem made their putrid presence felt with their Unholy Blood demo. The God Among Slaves demos followed in 2007, building blood-thirsty anticipation for the band’s proper full-length debut, Divinity (2009).

Oblivion came in 2011, followed by a deal with Prosthetic Records which birthed Exilium (2014) and Haeresis (2016), a concept album centred on the Spanish Inquisition. The Black Consecration (2019) expanded Noctem’s themes of ancient civilisations and dark rites to encompass more of Beleth’s philosophy, previously outlined in his first book, 2017’s Codex Ante-Morten, released the same year as the band’s homemade beer, A Cruce Salus.

In 2022 and beyond, Noctem take a massive leap forward on their thorn-ridden path, armed with blackened faith and righteous fury, thirsty with unquenchable bloodlust, and prepared to conquer. They arise again without redemption, embracing the chaos of modern times and unafraid of fate

View Noctem‘s previously released video for ‘We Are Omega’ here:

Noctem are:
Beleth – vocals
Varu – bass
Voor – drums
Tobal – guitars
Moss – guitars

Noctem online: 
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Credo Certe Ne Cras Track Listing:
1. I Am Alpha
2. Sovereign Providence
3. Sanctum Of Anguish
4. Credo Certe Ne Cras
5. Homilia Of Punishment
6. The Pale Moon Rite
7. The Tolling Of The Nine Bells
8. Chalice Of Turpitude
9. Ceremonial Miasma
10. We Are Omega

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