Charun's new album is not your average post-metal record. The band has been working on this new release for quite some time and we are not lying when we say that this record has got the potential to become one of the most impressive instrumental post-metal albums of the year. Titled "Mundus Cereris", the band's new opus will take you through over 40 minutes of emotions in music. The album has been recorded and mixed in Sardinia at the infamous DIY Studios (Second Youth, Scornthroats, Ubiquity) and Blacktooth Studios (Drought, December Hung Himself). The mastering of it has been taken care of by James Plotkin (ISIS, SUNN O))), EARTH, AMENRA and many more).
Charun can stand their ground against any of today’s instrumental and post-metal bands, a fact made obvious on Mundus Cereris, their new album out February 25 on Third I Rex. Toeing the line between post-rock and post-metal, Charun build intricate compositions devoid of words, instead opting for juxtapositions between loud and quiet, blast beats and distorted heaviness. - Decibel Magazine
The immediate temptation is to cycle back through it again as soon as it stops. It’s so easy to get lost in the sound, to be transported into realms of the imagination — and so difficult to shake yourself and return to the here and now. The effect isn’t exactly hypnotic, because there’s granitic weight in the music and head-moving rhythms, too. The body wants to respond while the mind is moving away; it’s a trance that works on two levels. - No Clean Singing