Occult doom rock unit Albez Duz emerged from the dark corners of Berlin in 2006. Formed by Eugen "Impurus" Herbst initially as a one-man side project, the band's ominous debut was recorded in 2009 with singer Lars Kaeding. Following Kaeding's death however, the band stepped into the shadows for the next three years. With a lingering fire and purpose, Herbst continued to write for Albez Duz and, after an exhaustive search, crossed paths with Alfonso Brito whose voice seemed destined for the project.
In September 2014, the duo brought the band's second album The Coming Of Mictlan to life via Iron Bonehead Records and Archaic Sound. They began performing live shortly after. Albez Duz – old High German for "swan" (Albex) and "noisiness" or "rush" "Duz" – has since shared the stage with iconic acts such as Primordial and Swans as well as other rising talent including Bölzer, Ascension, and Hexvessel. In a short time, the Berliners established themselves as a force in the European underground and elicited high praise from both critics and audiences alike.
Albez Duz now has completed its third full-length album, the thundering Wings Of Tzinacan, recorded at The Source Studios Munich with producer and audio engineer Michael Zech (Secrets Of The Moon, Triptykon, Ascension) at the helm. Guitarist Julia Neuman has joined their ranks, solidifying the band as an unstoppable power trio.