SECRETS OF THE MOON: New Album Track Listing Revealed

German progressive black metallers SECRETS OF THE MOON have completed work on their new album, "Seven Bells", for an early 2011 release.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Seven Bells
02. Blood Into Wine
03. Goathead
04. Stillborn Icon
05. Worship
06. The Three Beggars (Satan's Church)
07. Nyx

SECRETS OF THE MOON's last album, "Privilegivm" was produced by Markus Stock and was mastered by Peter in De Betou at Stockholm, Sweden's Tailor Maid Production.

SECRETS OF THE MOON is:

Ar - Guitar
LSK - Bass
sG - Guitar and Vocals
T. Thelemnar - Drums

September 3 saw three releases by SECRETS OF THE MOON pressed on black gold vinyl.

1. "Them Bones / This Inner Soil" gatefold vinyl single

This seven-inch single contains two previously unreleased songs: the ALICE IN CHAINS cover version "Them Bones", recorded during the "Privilegivm" sessions, and the original track "This Inner Soil" from the "Antithesis" sessions. This single is released in a noble, elaborate gatefold cover and is limited to 500 copies.

2. "Antithesis" gatefold 2LP

SECRETS OF THE MOON's third studio album "Antithesis" (2006) is available on vinyl for the first time. This album was released as a double LP in gatefold format and will contain the previously unreleased bonus track "Father". Limited to 500 copies!

3. "The Ambience Of A Dead Star" 12-inch mini-album

Another first-time release on vinyl is the mini-album "The Ambience Of A Dead Star", previously only available as bonus CD to the deluxe edition of "Carved In Stigmata Wounds" (2004). The artwork is designed specifically for this re-release on vinyl to visually highlight the stand-alone character of the mini-album. Limited to 500 copies!

SECRETS OF THE MOON belongs to the most prestigious group of bands in the German black metal underground, with their first demo release dating back to 1995. The band was formed out of the ashes of one of the very first black metal outfits stemming from German scene, MARTYRIUM.

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