BLACK ANVIL Begins Writing New Album, Announces Tour Dates With WATAIN

New York City's unholy black metal warriors BLACK ANVIL have begun writing their follow-up to 2010's critically acclaimed "Triumvirate". The band has begun tracking rough demos for the new full-length and plan to record in early 2013.

Commented bassist/vocalist Paul Delaney: "This is a darker, deeper record than our previous releases and a natural progression down the chosen path. Musically, and lyrically… we will take our form to the next level."

In other news, BLACK ANVIL has announced a string of dates with Sweden's controversial black metal kings WATAIN. The shows kick off on May 14 in Poughkeepsie, New York and wrap on May 18 in Detroit, Michigan.

Photo by Jeff Marsala

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