THE ETERNAL Complete Full-Length Debut, Samples Posted Online

Australian melodic doom metal band THE ETERNAL have posted several MP3 samples from their forthcoming full-length debut, "The Sombre Light of Isolation", at this location.

"The Sombre Light of Isolation" was recorded during the past couple of months at St. Andrews Studios with Mark McCormack and features the following track listing:

01. Commemorate the Misery
02. A Cruel Misfortune
03. The Eternal
04. Down
05. The Sombre Light of Isolation
06. Black Serenity
07. Crimson Sacrifice
08. Harmony of Dissonance
09. Remembrance Scars
10. All Hope Lost

A May release through the Finnish label Firebox Records is expected.

Upcoming THE ETERNAL tour dates:

Apr. 02 – Sydney, AUS @ The Harp Hotel
Apr. 03 – Sydney, AUS @ Vic On The Park

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