Spanish death/black metallers NOCTEM will spend this summer composing material for the band's sophomore album. According to a posting on the group's MySpace page, the follow-up to last year's "Divinity" will be a "logical progression of the last album, full of new nuances and based in a darker sound and a more complex composition." NOCTEM adds, "This will be the second part of the trilogy that started with 'Divinity'."
NOCTEM's "Across Heracles Towards" video can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's debut album, "Divinity", which was released in April 2009 via Austria's NoiseHead Records. The CD features guest appearances by Christos Antoniou (SEPTICFLESH, CHAOSTAR) and Leal (FOREVER SLAVE). It contains 11 tracks based on the story of the disappearance of Atlantis "from a dark and subjective point of view, speaking about its blood's desire in the battle, the darkest rituals for reaching the immortality or its society based in a polytheistic theocracy with longings of glory," according to a press release.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/noctemofficial.
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