​Karg (Harakiri for the sky) shares music video "La tristesse durera toujours"

Karg, an atmospheric black metal project of Harakiri for the sky’s vocalist J.J., who released a new album "Dornenvögel" on November 16 via AOP Records, shared the music video "La tristesse durera toujours".

The song "La tristesse durera toujours" was recorded with the vocalist Dominik of the German band Downfall of Gaia. Earlier, Karg presented the lyric video on the track "Heimat bist du tiefster Winter", describing it as a song "about the isolation one can feel being together with somebody with a cold personality".

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For the new record, Karg mastermind J.J. (vocalist of Harakiri For The Sky) recruited a flood of notable musicians as guests on the record, including members from Lunar Aurora, Downfall of Gaia, Ellende, Ancst, Amer, fut and Instant Karma to participate with guest vocals on the album. Follow the link to check the previously unveiled single of the project "Petrichor". "Dornenvögel" is available for order here:

Karg was founded back in the summer of 2006 as a one-man project. Between 2010 and 2014 Karg was fully formed as a band to play gigs, formally in Germany, Austria, and Central Europe. In the years leading to 2018, Karg was a one-man project and released two previous albums. Karg’s 6th studio album Dornenvögel marks the project’s rebirth as a live band for a few special dates in 2018 and 2019. Karg’s nearest performance will take place on April 20-21, 2019, in Munich, Germany, at the Dark Easter Metal Meeting 2019.

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Harakiri for the sky, featuring J. J. on vocals, released the 4th album "Arson" on February 16. Follow the link to check out its full stream and a review of the LP.

Tracklist:

  1. Drangsal
  2. La tristesse durera toujours
  3. Petrichor
  4. L’apelle du vide
  5. Meine Freiheit war ihr Tod
  6. F 19.5
  7. Heimat bist du tiefster Winter
  8. Advent

"Dornenvögel" cover