IBEX THRONE Complete Work On New Album

Utah-based black metallers IBEX THRONE have completed work on their second album, "Total Inversion", for a tentative November release via Australia's Goatawa Rex Records. An audio sample of the track "Regression to Darkness" is available at the band's official web site, ibexthrone.christcrusher.com.

With regards to the song's lyrical message, the group's guitarist Lord Dying said, "[The track is] about the pure ideals of black metal, namely keeping the glam-rock-star attitude out of it, as well as other weaker elements that some bigger bands who will remain nameless thrive on. This is fucking war and our declaration of hate!! Keep the spirit of hell alive and support the underground black metal movement! Die hard!"

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