SETHERIAL Announces New Guitarist

Swedish black metallers SETHERIAL have issued the following update:

"SETHERIAL is at the moment writing new material for a new album. Titles and pre-productions will be presented soon. Expect also a huge update on the website in a few weeks…

"Our last European tour was a great experience, being the most professional tour so far. A hail to all fans and promoters and to CORPUS CHRISTII and RAVENCULT! New Romanian dates are will be presented soon… If you have live-pics or video material from the tour please contact, or send them to [email protected]

"We are proud to announce our new recruited guitarist Thurz, who made his debut with SETHERIAL in Kaltenbach Open Air 2007. He is replacing our old guitarist Choronzon."

SETHERIAL's fifth album, "Death Triumphant", was released in May 2006 via Regain Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Endtime Divine" was recorded at the Abyss studio and is said to be "more technical than their previous albums but the aggression still remains."


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