LITHICA Completing Work On New Album

Lord Dagon (keyboards and vocals) of the Calgary, Alberta, Canada-based black metallers LITHICA has issued the following update:

"LITHICA's new material, 'Invokation of Satan Within', is an opus to the god in man. Through time comes change; just as man must ultimately transform into the god he was meant to be, we too have changed for the better since the inception of 'The Unholy'.

"As compared to 'The Unholy', the sound has become much more austere and dark. This new and more developed sound embodies the truthful satanic essence that LITHICA strives to incarnate.

"Once again, we will be working with Warwinds Recording to have the best sound possible, and I am most pleased to announce that we have struck a deal with independent artist Danille Gauvin, who is dedicating her time to drawing us some fucking evil cover art. It will not dissapoint."

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The new LITHICA album is scheduled for an early summer release via None More Black Records.


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