ECLIPSE ETERNAL Putting Finishing Touches On Material For New Album

Canadian epic black metal band ECLIPSE ETERNAL have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are currently finishing off writing our new album and are intent on starting the recording process early in the next year. The date was previously earlier but with this album we are intent on fully developing every aspect of each song to perfection and have decided to take our time doing it. It will be worth the wait." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Birth of a New Age", "A Knife to the Throat of Life", "The Approaching Storm", "Nihilistic Contempt for Optimism", "To Take Pleasure in Pain and Revel in Suffering" and "Superiority Complex".

ECLIPSE ETERNAL's debut album, "Reign of the Unholy Blackened Empire", was released last year via Galy Records. The CD was produced by Glen Drover (MEGADETH, EIDOLON) and was mastered by Andy LaRocque (KING DIAMOND).


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