In his restless production, blackgaze one-man band Sadness is back with it's second full-length album in six months, the fourth in two years. Circle Of Veins keeps exploring all the possible perspectives of blackgaze and depressive black metal: loads of shoegaze effects and post-rock structures blend on a typical black metal glacial sounds. Damián "Elisa" Ojeda, Mexican-born and raised in Texas recorded these songs in the spring of 2017 and only now decided to release them, first digitally and then on CD via Flowing Downward. Sadness typical cross-genre variations this time drift a bit more towards some electronic elements, and synths are more present than ever here. Moreover, here Elisa took his time to experiment with some choruses and clean vocals effects and samples, considerably enriching Sadness sound pattern. Reaching over sixtythree minutes of previously unreleased music, Circle Of Veins will be released physically on May 20th, with an additional bonus track not available in the digital version.