France's SETH Returns To SEASON OF MIST

French black metallers SETH have re-signed with Season Of Mist. The band's fifth album, "The Howling Spirit", will be released on June 7 in Europe and June 11 in North America.

SETH's debut CD, "Les Blessures De L'Ame" (1998) was one of Season Of Mist's very first releases. The album was re-released last year in a remastered edition, including two bonus tracks and brand new artwork. It is available in Season of Mist’s e-shop as CD and hand-numbered, double gatefold LP limited to 500 copies.

Commented SETH leader Heimoth: “This is some exceptional moment for us as we are now officially back on the very same label that released our first album in '98 and I guess this truly makes our recent comeback even more worthwhile. Both parties have taken different directions for more than 10 years but we are thrilled to unveil 'The Howling Spirit' together. I personally feel this is a significant step forward born from the special relationship the band and Season Of Mist have had through the years."


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