‘Lights Out’ is described as an atmospheric and gloomy album with a melancholic undertone by its authors, POSTHUM, who, accidentally, draw inspiration for their lyrics from nature, dreams and nightmares, the material and commercial world as well as from human nature. So, compare your own ideas on these worthy subjects with those of the band by listening to their new album here (PureGrainAudio) or below. ‘Lights Out’ is out in Europe today, September 21st, 2012 and will be released on September 25th in North America, due to Indie Recordings. POSTHUM's second longplayer was mixed by Morten Opsahl Thomassen and the band and mastered by Peter in De Betou. The album cover was created by artist Kjersti Mortensen. Spend your spare Norwegian kroner on ‘Lights Out’ here, and if U.S. dollar is your preferred currency, shop here (Indie Recordings):
POSTUM formed in 2004 in Nannestad, a small town in the east of Norway, and were kept fairly isolated from the rest of musical community until 2009, when they issued their debut self-titled album. POSTHUM's music, while not particularly influenced by the trends, is firmly rooted in Norwegian black metal.
POSTHUM features: Jon – guitar, bass and vocals, Martin – guitar and bass and Morten - drums