WATAIN: New Song Available For Download

A brand new WATAIN track, entitled "Sworn to the Dark", has been made available for download at this location. The song is the title cut to the Swedish black metallers' third full-length album, due on February 19 via Season of Mist. A European tour will follow.

After the release of the highly acclaimed "Casus Luciferi" album in 2003 and the tour with DISSECTION in 2004, WATAIN has been forging and wielding material that clearly reveals their true potential as craftsmen of lethal black metal magic. The recording of the new album took place at the infamous Necromorbus Studio (FUNERAL MIST, MALIGN, OFERMOD, etc).

According to a press release, "Those who experienced WATAIN on stage can witness of a blood-soaked, rusty metallic machinery embodying every aspect of the traditional Satanic black metal cult, re-living and taking further the sinister legacy of VENOM, HELLHAMMER and MAYHEM. But believe us when we say 'you have seen nothing yet!'"


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