ETERNAL OATH To Release New Album In March

Swedish goth/death metallers ETERNAL OATH will release their third full-length album, "Wither", on March 29 via Black Lodge Records.

The follow-up to 2001's "Righteous" was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg and was mastered at Polar studios in Stockholm. Twelve tracks have been finalized, featuring "clean vocals, seven-string guitars and more straightforward" song structures, according to a press release.

ETERNAL OATH, who were previously signed to Pulverised Records, consist of the following:

Joni "Gösta" Mäensivu - Vocals
Peter Nagy (ex-MÖRK GRYNING) - Guitars, Additional Vocals
Petri Tarvainen - Guitars
Ted Jonsson - Drums
Peter Wendin - Bass
Stefan Norgren - Keyboards, Additional Vocals


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