SEAR BLISS To Release 'The Arcane Odyssey' In September

Hungarian black metallers SEAR BLISS will release their new album, "The Arcane Odyssey", on September 24 through Candlelight Records. Check out the cover artwork at this location. The artwork was created by Jozsef Tari, a highly talented Hungarian artist who worked with SEAR BLISS on their last CD and also VENOM's "Wastelands" album, among others. The artwork depicts an ancient Hungarian legend of the origin of the Milky Way. The Milky Way in Hungary is often called "The Road Of The Warriors" because the legend says that Csaba, commander of the mighty Huns, came from the nightsky to the aid of the fighting Hungarians and after the great battle was won, the dead army of thousands returned to the stars on their horses, leaving the path of the Milky Way.

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