From the darkness, UADA (meaning haunted in Latin) emerges breathing the spirit of the original 90’s Black Metal wave. Since 2014, this Portland, Oregon four-piece has used a unique approach to combine raw black metal and spectral melodies.
They seemed to arrive out of nowhere in 2016—faces veiled and clad in leather jackets. The Portland quartet blindsided black metal audiences with their debut album, "Devoid of Light". They had nothing, no demos or EPs, not even a homemade Cassette that was spreading all over like a disease, just a bunch of shows in which they played their early stuff. This is not something we are used to these days, especially in the black metal scene where a lot of bands build their name on raw demos.
Now, on their much-anticipated second full-length album, "Cult of A Dying Sun", the band shows that they can repeat their success more than once.
Jake Superchi - Vocals/Guitar
James Sloan - Guitar
Josiah Babcock - Drums
Edward Halpin - Bass
Today's tune "Cult Of A Dying Sun" is one of the most furious tracks they've released to date. The tune was filmed on the active stratovolcano Mt. St. Helens (Louwala-Clough) in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest - Skamania County, Washington. Including Iron Creek Falls, Windy Ridge Viewpoint, Norway Pass & Spirit Lake. The tune is the title track of UADA's second album, enjoy!
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