Stratuz Unveils Lyric Video for “Dawn” from Acclaimed Album “Osculum Pacis”
Death/doom metal heralds Stratuz are thrilled to present their lyric video for “Dawn,” a captivating track from their highly acclaimed album “Osculum Pacis.” This release exemplifies the band’s distinctive fusion of intricate musical arrangements, sonic intensity, and profound melancholy, all wrapped in a shroud of darkness.
“Dawn” serves as a clarion call for the awakening of consciousness, urging individuals towards personal growth and enlightenment, while encouraging them to cast aside the shackles of religious manipulation. It resonates with a message of demolishing ignorance, enabling everyone to find their voices with unwavering strength, grounded in solid foundations.
In a world weighed down by the pressures of contemporary existence, where existence often feels like mere drifting, “Dawn” offers a respite—a sonic journey towards self-discovery and a passionate plea for a brighter tomorrow.
Stratuz emerged onto the metal scene in 1984 and quickly solidified their position as Venezuela’s most revered metal band. Their debut album, “In Nomine…” released in 1995, catapulted them to recognition and acclaim. Following a triumphant European tour in 1999, they signed with LSP-Company and released “Spirit Seduction”, which marked a new chapter in their musical journey. After a hiatus, the band reunited in 2019, pouring their passion into the creation of “Osculum Pacis”, which was unleashed upon the world in 2022. The album garnered international praise, securing the top spot on the Jacquin Ravens Top 50 Metal chart and earning accolades as the best work of 2022 by esteemed journalist Roberto Palmitesta and Metal Pedia.
Stratuz continues to push boundaries with their unique brand of Doom-Death Metal, and “Morning Star” serves as a captivating glimpse into the darkness and beauty that awaits within “Osculum Pacis”. Stay tuned for more electrifying releases and updates from this formidable Venezuelan metal force.
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