Karim Serri of Brazilian metallers Doomsday Hymn recently made a playthrough video playing ‘Medos’. Karim uses in this video an 7 String Ibanez plugged in a TS9 and in Peavey 6505 amp conected to a Marshall 1960 A. The video can be seen below.
In March Doomsday Hymn signed with US record label Rottweiler Records to launch and distribute the album “Mene Tequel Ufarsim” which was officially released on April 4th at the annual Metanoia fest.in Brazil.
Founded in 2012 by ex-vocalist of Delohim, Gil Lopes and ex-Survive member Jarlisson Jaty, Doomsday Hymn was designed with a simple–yet ambitious–goal: to bring together styles of metal both traditional and modern in an attempt to renovate a stale sound. Doomsday Hymn immediately based their sound on a combination of riff-friendly guitar work and intense, driving vocals a la 80’s death and power metal, combined with visceral, low grooves borrowed from modern metalcore. The band’s intense amalgam of aggressive music first saw the light of day in May of 2013, at a concert in Brazil–and their performance was moving enough to motivate guitarist Karim Serri of Seven Angels to join the band, adding another aspect to Doomsday Hymn‘s dynamic. With Serri on board, 2013 saw the band expanding their live performance to many local cities, as well as the release of their debut three track self-titled EP. Well-received as their EP was, the band’s thirst for expansion of their sound and ability to bring their unique mash-up of metallic styles to their fans required the addition of two more members. After a turbulent line-up change, the band’s roster was solidified in mid-2014 with the addition of guitarist Angelo Torquetto and bassist Allan Pavani. Since then, Doomsday Hymn have been hard at work writing and recording their debut full-length album, “Mene Tequel Ufarism”–a testament to their expansive influences and expert musicianship.
Since the day of their inception, Doomsday Hymn have only grown in size, ferocity and ambition. What started as a simple attempt at an unorthodox style of music has matured into a full-blown band, determined to use their immense style and unquenchable thirst for live performance to deliver doom to metal heads around the earth.
Get Doomsday Hymn’s single ‘Medos’ from their new album “Mene Tequel Ufarsim” FOR FREE!!! Click here.
Our review of “Mene Tequel Ufarsim” can be found here
Video below: ‘Medos’
Brazilian Metal Band ‘Doomsday Hymn’ to Release First Full Length Due In April, Teaser Available [March 2015]
Doomsday Hymn – “Mene Tequel Ufarsim” [Album Review]
Brazilian Metal Band ‘Doomsday Hymn’ signs with ‘Rottweiler Records’, ‘Medos’ Single Available for Free Download [March 2015]
Event Review: ‘Metanoia Fest’ (3-4 April 2015) Vila Velha – ES, Brazilië [April 2015]