Swedish black metal metallers SVARTSYN will release their new full-length album, "Black Testament", on May 28 in Europe and June 11 in North America via Agonia Records. The CD, which was recorded at Mortsella Studio in Sweden, consists of seven original tracks and be available on CD, LP (first 100 copies available on a coloured vinyl) and as a digital download.
According to the band founder and mastermind Ornias, "Black Testament" can be described as a "sinister mix between 'Destruction Of Man' (2003) and 'Timeless Reign' (2007) releases." He also added: "it's a journey through my spiritual darkness and death."
A short series of video clips documenting the recording process (vocals, guitars and drums) can be viewed below.
"Black Testament" track listing:
01. Revelation In The Waters 02. Venom Of The Underworld 03. Demoness With Seven Names 04. Carving A Temple 05. Eyes Of The Earth 06. Rising Beast 07. Black Testament
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