Belarusian occult technical death metal band Exiperitus will release their second full-length album Šahrartu in early 2021 on Willowtip Records. Exiperitus (shortened from Eximperituserqethhzebibšiptugakkathšulweliarzaxułum) invoke the magic of ancient gods for six rituals of complex, forward-thinking brutality. Šahrartu not only brings Exiperitus to a new level, but pushes boundaries of death metal beyond imagination. The album is a grandiose and majestic representation of a new era of death metal being ushered in by Eximperitus. The track Utpāda showcases continued progression in the band’s sound and song-crafting and captured the attention of a growing legion of fans.
Hailing from Minsk, Belarus, Exiperitus takes its name from dead languages of the Ancient East. The band was formed in 2009 and released its first demo – Triumpho Tenebrarum In Profundis Mors – in 2011. Two years later the band released another demo, Promo 2013.
In 2016, Eximperitus released its debut full-length, Projecting the Singular Emission of the Doctrine of Absolute and All-Absorbing Evil…, on Japanese label Amputated Vein Records. Despite its provocative and perplexing lyrical concepts, the album was highly-acclaimed by listeners and critics, receiving rave reviews in numerous webzines and music issues around the world. The album proved Eximperitus to be a band capable of creating a detailed, conceptual universe consisting of sophisticatedly composed music with inexpressible majestic atmosphere. The debut was followed in 2017 by W2246-0525, an EP that showcased the next step in Eximperitus’ evolution.