SERPENTCULT: Another Track Posted Online
Belgium's SERPENTCULT, the new band featuring former members of THEE PLAGUE OF GENTLEMEN and WELKIN, will release its full-length debut, "Weight Of Light" (see cover artwork below), on October 6 via Rise Above Records. The album will be available in several different formats: a regular CD version, a digipack version, a regular vinyl version and a die-hard vinyl version. The U.S. release will happen through Candlelight Records, and the Japanese release will be handled by Leaf Hound Records. The regular vinyl version will be made available as 300 copies on silver/gray vinyl and 300 copies on black vinyl. The die-hard edition is limited to 300 black-and-white splatter vinyl copies and comes with a free A2 poster and a hand-numbered free seven-inch single with two special bonus tracks. Pre-orders for the vinyl can be made at www.riseaboverecords.com.
A track from the CD, "New World Order", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
For more information, visit www.serpentcult.be.
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