ABOMINO AETAS To Release Debut In July

Stavanger, Norway-based black metallers ABOMINO AETAS will release their debut album, "Sower of Death", in July via Godreah Records. According to a press release, "ABOMINO AETAS are kindred spirits of the icy olden founders MAYHEM, BURZUM and THORNS. The epic atmospheres simmering on the album bleed from a bleak primitivism born from the jaws of hell. This is Norwegian black metal in its purest form without becoming a mere reflection of the past. Instead, the music breathes new life into a scene currently awakening from a long slumber. ABOMINO AETAS are part of the new third wave of Norwegian black metal alongside TAAKE, BEASTCRAFT, KOLDBRANN and KAOSRITUAL."

"Sower of Death" (cover artwork) track listing:

01. Sodomizing Satan
02. Penetrating the Darkness
03. Black Angel
04. Katt
05. Enslaved by God
06. Towards Cosmos
07. Sower of Death
08. Light of Venus
09. Nocturnal Legion
10. Black Hole
11. Stille Begravelse


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