ZYKLON Delay New Album, Complete Music Video

Norway's ZYKLON, the band featuring Zamoth (a.k.a. Samoth) and Trym of EMPEROR, have pushed backed the U.S. release date for their new album, "Aeon", to September 23 through Candlelight Records. No reason was given for the delay. The band recently completed a video for the track "Psyklon Aeon" and will show it at their release party in Oslo on September 19. Also scheduled to appear are VOID and DISIPLIN. Additional live dates will be announced soon.

ZYKLON's follow-up to 2001's "World Ov Worms" was recorded at Akkerhaugen Lydstudio in Norway and mixed at Studio Fredman with Fredrik Nordström in Sweden. It includes guest contributions from VOID's Ocd and RED HARVEST's Ofu Kahn (both courtesy of Nocturnal Art Productions) and again features lyrics penned by Faust (EMPEROR).

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