Lucifer's Cold Embrace

Melodic Symphonic Symphonic Blackened Death Metal

For fans of Dissection, Naglfar and Dimmu Borgir

Debut LP 'The Elegy of Lilith' out the 30th!


The Elegy of Lilith

Longer, harder, more complex, louder, softer, and everything in between. The album "The Elegy of Lilith." Once again to be released on the world's leading digital retailers, this behemoth of an album not only features the same ingredients as "Sovereign Heresy", but also adds piano, a full orchestra, and even angrier vocals to the unholy mix. Fast as Lucifer's whip, heavy as sulphurous steel, beastly as a rabid wolf, and more infectuous than the bubonic plague, this is melodic symphonic blackened death metal at its best.


Sovereign Heresy

A brand new evil was unleashed unto the world on the 18th of November 2016: the debut EP "Sovereign Heresy". Released on the world's leading digital retailers, the five brand new songs are a blend of brutalizing double bass, grinding vocals, apocalyptic strings and ominous choirs that was forged to be ferociously brutal while hauntingly beautiful and dig itself into the listener's skull like an icicle.


The Elegy of Lilith

Sovereign Heresy


Handling back-up vocals and half the guitar- and songwriting in Dutch band Non-Divine since he was seventeen, Martin van Beek has called the metal scene his home for well over a decade. Still, that band isn't the place for blast beats. So, sharing his girlfriend's love for bands like Naglfar and Dissection, he set out to write some songs for her. Engulfed by diabolical inspiration, the project grew into something more than he had initially intended. Hell-bent on making this music his finest yet, he spent the better part of a year perfecting the five brand new songs and making sure they were recorded, mixed and mastered to the best of his abilities. The result was the EP'Sovereign Heresy', which was lauded by many websites as 'black metal done right'. Now, two years later, the debut album 'The Elegy of Lilith' is about to release. Longer, harder, more complex, and featuring the haunting sounds of an entire orchestra, this behemoth of a project is by far Martin's most ambitious. The sulphurous steel will hammer down on November 30th.