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Cryptic Fate releases new album

Cryptic Fate releases new album

Following a long wait of 18 years, popular Bangladeshi musical band Cryptic Fate released a new studio album titled "Noy Maash" on Spotify on Sunday (Feb 4). This marks the band's fourth album, with their last release being the third album, "Danob", in 2006.

The new album consists of nine songs, all inspired by the events of the Liberation War of 1971. The songs within are "Bhorer Opekkha", "Kal Boishakhi", "Bidayer Gaan", "Mohora", "Akromon", "Bichchu", "Mitro", "Buddhihotta", and "Raater Shesh" – all written by Shakib Chowdhury.

The core concept of the album revolves around the nine months of Bangladesh's Liberation War in 1971, with each track bearing resemblance to significant events scattered throughout those nine months.

The songs features vocalist Shakib on the Bass, Farhan and Sarfaraz on the Guitars and Raef Al Hasan Rafa as the drummer.