SAURON: New Album Title, Track Listing Revealed
Dutch black metallers SAURON have set "The Channeling Void" as the title of their upcoming third full-length album, tentatively due late 2006/early 2007 via the Swedish label Carnal Records (CRAFT, ARCKANUM, SHAARIMOTH). Eight songs have been written for the CD, which will be recorded at Double Noise studio and mastered at the Necromorbus facility in Sweden. Cover art will be handled by Manuel Tinnemans.
"The Channeling Void" projected track listing
01. Know My Word Is His
02. Crowning the Swarm
03. Secrets Divine
04. Council of the Impious (Vicarius Filii Dei)
05. Deformed Source of Creation
06. The Great Destroyer
08. Cognosce Semitas Meas
In other news, the band's video for the song "Anima Mundi" can be viewed at YouTube.com.
SAURON's second full-length album, "For A Dead Race", was released in 2004 via Neurotic Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Universe of Filth" was recorded at Double Noise studio and was described as "more mature, more diverse and most of all more angry" than its predecessor.
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