DI’AUL – announce the new album “Abracamacabra”

Italian doomsters DI’AUL are finally back with their fifth studio album. “Abracamacabra” will be released via MooDDoom Records on March 18th 2022.

Seven stories, seven characters, one mother: the Universe. ‘Abracamacabra’ is the sublimation of failure and loss. In a world where all the kings are jesters, the mind seeks the wrong side of reason and everything we build then collapse”, explains the band.

“Abracamacabra” was recorded at Angelo Studio in Garlasco (Italy), and mixed by Marco Barusso (Lacuna Coil, Coldplay, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Heavy Metal Kids, and more) at BRX Studio in Milan, while Marco D’Agostino took care of the mastering at 96Khz Studio in Milan. The cover artwork was created by Francesca Vecchio of fv_illustration.

The track listing for “Abracamacabra” reads as follows:
1. Thou Crawl
2. This Quiet
3. Abracamacabra
4. De Profundis
5. The Losers’ River
6. La Notte di Valpurga
7. Time Of No Return

The first single “Thou Crawl” will be unleashed in February.

WATCH THE TRAILER HERE: https://youtu.be/3u7V47cZKzA

Pre-order your copy of “Abracamacabra” HERE: https://diaul.bandcamp.com/album/abracamacabra


Founded in 2010, Milan (Italy) based doom band DI’AUL plays heavy, catchy music underlaid with subtle complexities: a mix of ’70s rock songwriting and ’90s metal groove. DI’AUL released the EP “GV 12.31” in 2010, followed by their second album “And Then Came The Monsters” (2013), “Garden of Exile” (2015, This Is Core Records), and “Nobody’s Heaven” (2018, Argonauta Records).

The band played several gigs in Italy and across Europe, supporting Crowbar and Et Moriemur among others.

At the end of 2019, along with the new drummer Andrea “Rex” Ornigotti” (Gunjack and Conviction), the band recorded two new songs “The House of the Edge of the World” and “Three Ladies” released as a LP split with Mos Generator (2020, Argonauta Records).

DI’AUL are
MoMo – Cosimo Amelio Cinieri – Vocals
Lele – Daniele Mella – Guitars
Rex – Andrea Ornigotti – Drums
Jeremy – Carlo Tomaiuolo – Bass

DI’AUL online