French black metal band SETH have pushed back the release date of their fourth album, "Era-Decay", to September 6.
" 'Era-Decay' was supposed to come out [during the next few months], but after talks with Avantgarde Music, it seemed necessary and unavoidable to push back the release," the band write on their web site. "We lost quite some time finishing mixing this fourth album, and the mastering is still not over yet. [The] decision [to push back the release date] was not an easy one to make, but we have to be patient to release this album in the best possible conditions. We'll do our best to offer you an exclusive track on our website around June/July."
As previously reported, SETH's lineup during the recording sessions for "Era-Decay" consisted of the following: Heimoth on guitars, Alsvid on drums, Black Messiah on vocals, Helldryk on bass, and the newest addition, Cyriex on guitars.
"Era-Decay" track listing:
02. March Of The Consistory
03. Umbilical Cutting
04. A Pallbearer's Gloom
07. Xtasian Ostix
08. Co-Existent Species
09. The Blade Upon Mankind
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