“Glorification under The Latin Moon” was recorded in its entirety on August 4th, 2019 in São Paulo (Brazil) during the final show of Varathron‘s 30 Years Of Darkness Tour, the historic setlist boasts some of the bands finest compositions, from 1988 and beyond, most notably including the entirety of classic “His Majesty At The Swamp” from 1993, to most recent songs, taken from the acclaimed “Patriarchs Of Evil” album, which made it to an awful lot of year-end lists in 2018. We took the opportunity to catch up with Hellenic black metal legend Varathron‘s vocalist Stefan Necroabyssious…
Hello Stefan, please tell us about your new great live album “Glorification under The Latin Moon”.
Thank you for your great support to my band. Our first official live album and the whole situation is amazing. That album was recorded in Sao Paulo of Brazil, my second homeland as I said there, because we received so much love, passion and respect for our band. The sound was very good and the passion of the crowd awesome. We played the entire “His Majesty at the Swamp” album and some new tracks. Infernal night – I’ll never forget it!
Sounds amazing! It is great with represses and the live album! We’re wondering, is there possibly some new material round the corner?
Yes, we’re working on new material now! The new album will follow the path of “Patriarchs of Evil”, but even more abysmal and evil. I think it will be very good stuff!
Any other news about Varathron?
I hope the best for the near future and our musical community, and that we can start playing live shows and spread the words of evil… Soon I wish!
We’re certainly looking forward to the follow-up to the successful “Patriarchs of Evil”. Meanwhile, we will enjoy “Glorification under The Latin Moon” – please check out the legendary “Son of The Moon” below.
|A1||Cultum Deus Aeternum (Ιntro)|
|B2||His Majesty At The Swamp|
|B3||Son Of The Moon|
|C3||Flowers Of My Youth|
|C4||The River Of My Souls|
|D1||The Tressrising Of Nyarlathotep|
|D2||Genesis Of Apocryphal Desire|
|D3||Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (Outro)|