We're excited to introduce you to the world of Hungary's atmospheric black metal with Frozen Wreath's latest release, "Mea Culpa." It's an album that delves into the depths of human emotions, bringing forth a raw and authentic musical experience.

In "Mea Culpa," Frozen Wreath explores the theme of suicide from different angles, creating a captivating narrative. The music draws inspiration from the golden era of '90s black metal, evoking the spirit of bands like Dimmu Borgir, And Oceans, and Catamenia, while adding their unique atmospheric touch.

Frozen Wreath is a duo consisting of Neubauer Roland (vocals) and Szele Zoltán (instruments). Together, they've crafted an album that immerses you in a world of haunting vocals and masterful instrumentals. "Mea Culpa" isn't just music; it's a journey through emotions and introspection.

Join us on this captivating exploration of the human psyche. "Mea Culpa" is more than an album; it's a testament to the power of music to touch our souls. If you're a fan of old Dimmu Borgir, And Oceans, or Catamenia, this release deserves your attention.

Recorded with care at Sultan Studio (2021-2022) and mixed and mastered by Szele Zoltán, the album showcases Frozen Wreath's dedication to their craft. It's an immersive sonic experience that captures the essence of their music.

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