ACHERON To Begin Work On New Album, DVD

Columbus, Ohio-based black/death metal cult band ACHERON have posted the following message on their web site:

"Yes, we have been away for awhile. ACHERON took several months off, after the tour we did in Poland. But we are back and ready to devour! Needless to say, there have been a few things that the band has been dealing with, but we hope everything is worked out soon. We still hope to record the new ACHERON album later this year and get to work on the DVD. But we need to figure out what label we are signing to first.

"Just to let everyone know that Vincent Crowley has been off-line for almost four months now, so he is unable to get back to anyone at this time. So if you write to him, prepare for a delayed response. Sorry. Those who are interested in booking the band for fests or shows should contact Kyle Severn at [email protected]

"Last, but not least, ACHERON will be playing the Ohio Death Fest this year on Friday June 24th, 2005. The band should hit the stage at 11:00pm. ACHERON hope to see you all there!"


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