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Former CHURCH OF VOID members, FIMIR, Sign To Argonauta Records For Upcoming Debut Album!

Emerging from the ashes of CHURCH OF VOID, there is a new force rising up to pursue a path in the name of doom: FIMIR have inked a worldwide deal with Argonauta Records, who will proudly release the band’s upcoming debut album during 2021!

FIMIR was founded in 2019 by former CHURCH OF VOID members G. Funeral, Magus Corvus, H. Warlock, A.D. and Septic Apes’ drummer H. Wizzard. From a mere spark in the dark and a distant echo of forgotten riffs haunting in emptiness from a collapsed doomstar of their former band, FIMIR got rid of their ghosts and started to work on their first album right away, until the world shut down. Ultimately, the five-piece collective hailing from the frozen wastelands of Finland, used their time and creativity wisely and managed to put the final touches on their upcoming debut, which will be seeing the light of day through Argonauta Records soon! Tomb Of God will contain six tracks of heavy cosmic doom with a mix of hard riffing, traditional, classic yet occult doom metal served with an ambient soundsphere. To see its release with the Italian label was a clear choice for the band, as band mastermind G. Funeral states:

“We know the label boss Gero from our past and the good reputation and enormous growth of Argonauta Records easily convinced us to sign with them. We are proud to join their ranks.”

Label owner, Gero Lucisano adds:

"I've been a big fan of Church of Void since their early period, their unique sound made of doom metal and deathrock which made them something standing up in the current metal and rock scene. I was very surprised of their sudden split-up months ago, the same way now Im totally excited to found again the guys with the new band FIMIR. A completely renewed attitude, enthusiasm and strength, traditional finnish doom at its very best, welcome back guys!"

Watch out for many more news and album details to follow in the not so distant future…

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