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Depressive Black Metal Act SORRY… Reveals Details of New Album “Self Inflicted Razor Cutting”

Updated: Sep 2, 2023

Greek depressive black metal act SORRY… is preparing to unleash existential despair upon the masses with its upcoming album “Self Inflicted Razor Cutting”, set to be released via Tragedy Productions on October 20th.

With its raw black metal production, melancholic guitar lines, howls of despair and shrieks of agony, “Self Inflicted Razor Cutting” has all the hallmarks to become a classic DSBM album. The album doesn’t contain lyrics in a traditional sense, since all the vocal lines were improvised in the studio by the formidable vocalist Void. The lack of lyrics works in the band’s favor since some of the most fundamental human emotions can’t be expressed through words. “Self Inflicted Razor Cutting” is not recommended for the faint of heart since the album reminds listeners of painful memories of the past and the pain waiting for them in the future. “Self Inflicted Razor Cutting” tracklist: 1. Self Inflicted Razor Cutting

2. Lying in a Pool of Blood

3. Complete Isolation

4. Days of Uselessness

5. Broken Promises

6. Never Reached Dreams (Hanging Garden Cover)

7. Window to Another Pointless Sunset

8. A Tortured Sight and The Final Breath

9. Path of Nothingness SORRY... is a depressive suicidal black metal band (DSBM), formed by Dimitris and Deplorable back in 2019. Void joined the band a few days later and still today we are trying to share our sadness, hopelessness, misery and all these unhappy feelings through our music. Dimitris states about the band: "We are a protest against all forms of life voiced through works of pain and isolation". SORRY... lineup:

Dimitris: Guitars, composition

Void: Vocals, lyrics

Troll: Drums, composition on track 9


Victoria C.: Bass

Enki: keys on track 8

Depressor: composition on track 4 The music was mixed and mastered by Dimitris. The drums were mixed/mastered by Daniel Collabolletta (Troll) at Down Below Studios in Cincinnati Ohio. The artwork was designed by Saad.

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