DARK AGE: First 'Acedia' Making-Of Webisode Released

The first in a series of video clips documenting the recording process for "Acedia", the sixth album from Germany's modern melodic death metallers DARK AGE, can be viewed below.

"Acedia" was released on November 13 via AFM Records. The CD was recorded at Eikey Studio (owned by the band's vocalist/guitarist Eike Freese) and was made available in a standard jewel case version as well as a limited digipack (including a bonus track). The artwork, which can be viewed below, was once again created by Niklas Sundin (of Cabin Fever Media and DARK TRANQUILITY). According to the group, "You can expect the typical DARK AGE melodies and some surprises in our sound as well, mainly because every band member was involved in the songwriting stronger than ever before."

DARK AGE's fifth album, "Minus Exitus", was released in 2008 via Remedy Records.

The band's first DVD, "Live, So Far...", came out in 2006.

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