Denial of Death is a musical act of resistance made in Nuremberg, Germany. Originated amidst the pandemic, the black\death\doom metal project was born in 2021, just a few months before the release of their first EP, “Unholy Trinity”. In the same year the one-man-band also released the single “The eternal rest”, a song at a much slower pace, using acoustic guitar and choirs, showing that melody and melancholy are in its DNA as well.
The use of keyboards and female lyric vocals makes the five tracks of the debut EP “Unholy Trinity” sometimes phantasmagoric, sometimes atmospheric, giving bone and flesh to reflexive lyrics written by a master of Philosophy.
The head behind Denial of Death is Haereticus, a Brazilian originally from Belo Horizonte now living in Germany. This city gave rise to bands like Sepultura and Sarcofago in the 1980’s, being up to this day one of the most important strongholds of the underground scene in Latin America. The debut EP “Unholy Trinity” was entirely composed and recorded in Nuremberg and mixed\mastered by Michael Kraxenberger at Sick of Sound Studios in Munich, Germany.