French black metal band SETH have uploaded a brand-new track, entitled "Co-Existent Species", at their official web site, Download it here.
"Co-Existent Species" comes off the group's fourth album, "Era-Decay", due on September 6 through AvantGarde.
Commented guitarist Heimoth: " 'Era-Decay' is obviously a much more mature album. Far above its predecessors, this is our most harsh, intense and personal recording ever, with its singular atmosphere constantly hammering the ear. Our previous album could be seen as a transition in order to conceive and create this authentic realization that we could not have imagined before. In terms of production and realization, this fourth album is a tremendous step which will surely be a milestone in the band's history."
"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
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.
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