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HAIDUK (One Man Thrashing Black Death Project) Offers Two FREE Tracks From New Concept Album ‘Demonicon’ (9 Songs, 9 Demons)
Photo Credit: Derek Kent
HAIDUK, the Calgary, AB one man thrashing black and death metal project fronted by Luka Milojica is offering a FREE download of oracks ‘Nazon’ and ‘Nergion’ from his latest concept album ‘Demonicon’ where each song pertains to the nine demons on the release’s front cover.
To get your free downloads, please visit the following link: http://haiduk.bandcamp.com/
To order your copy of ‘Demonicon’, please visit www.Haiduk.ca.
Three years in the making, ‘Demonicon’ is the follow up to 2012’s break through debut full length ‘Spellbook’ and once again is completely written and produced by Luka Milojica along with mastering by Robert Kukla (Arbitrator) plus album artwork done by Gragoth of Luciferium War Graphics.
“It’s a crusher! This album has some of my best riffs. I don’t waste my time, I don’t waste your time. This is true Haiduk the way it was meant to be: cold, evil, blasting arrangements featuring some unique guitar work. 9 songs, 9 demons, risen from the volcanic underworld of Octavia in the realm of Callost – a fantasy world setting, which serves as the basis for the map, lyrics, and short stories contained in the CD booklet.” comments Luka Milojica.
Track Listing: Demonicon
1. Syth (3:31)
2. Nazon (2:45)
3. Deamris (4:04)
4. Azyr (2:43)
5. Sarxas (3:30)
6. Corloch (4:13)
7. Nergion (3:33)
8. Vordus (3:20)
9. Xhadex (4:33)
Total running time: 32:28
Haiduk is the death metal solo-project by guitarist Luka Milojica. Emerging from the cold forests of Canada, the project arose with the release of the raw, bone-chilling 8-song demo “Plagueswept” (2010).
Aggressive and dark, the sound of Haiduk is a direct channeling of haunting ideas from composer to listener, as the conceptualization, writing, and execution of the music is a solitary process. Free from outside influence, the songs pull the listener toward themes of power, evil, magic and myth.
Forging ahead in solitude, Haiduk unleashed the full-length debut “Spellbook” (2012); a black-magic conjuring of fast guitars and powerful riff attacks summoning an atmosphere of true darkness.
Invoking spells of demonic strength, Haiduk raised forces from the infernal depths, sealing arcane knowledge and ancient power into the “Demonicon” (2015); a blackened tome of blasting distortion.