SETHERIAL: 'A World In Hell' Video Released

"A World In Hell", the new video from Swedish black metallers SETHERIAL, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's sixth full-length album, "Ekpyrosis", which will be released in May via Regain Records.

Commented drummer Alastor Mysteriis, "The lyrical theme of 'Ekpyrosis' is about a metaphoric connection to the unavoidable conflict of the universe, through the Satanic angle and perspective.

"The 'Ekpyrotic' universe draws its name from the ancient Greek word ekpyrosis, meaning 'conflagration' (disastrous fire or conflict). A tribute to the complete obliteration spiral of all particles that is ever created where the all-seeing/all-destroying eye of Satan's singularity is represented by the destructive forces and dark energy of this vast, unknown universe."

SETHERIAL will kick off a European tour with IMPIETY on April 10 in Germany.

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