Norway's ZYKLON, the band featuring Zamoth (a.k.a. Samoth) and Trym of EMPEROR, have set "Aeon" as the title for their sophomore full-length effort, due in September through Candlelight Records. The follow-up to 2001's "World Ov Worms" is currently being recorded at Akkerhaugen Lydstudio and will be mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström.
Among the tracks set to be included on "Aeon" are the following:
01. Psyklon Aeon
02. Core Solution
03. Two Thousand Years
04. The Prophetic Method
According to the band's official web site, "The [new] material is more varied and the song writing in general is much stronger. The new material is also said to be way more heavy compared to the debut, probably not as intense in terms of actual speed, but aggressive no doubt!"
In other news, Nocturnal Art Productions will release a special limited-edition split 7" EP with ZYKLON and RED HARVEST. The EP, which will feature remixes of both bands done by VOID mastermind OCD, is slated for release on March 10 and is "strictly limited" to 1,000 copies. It can be ordered online via www.plastichead.com.
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