AEON – Swedish Death Metal Squadron Unveil “Aeons Black” Lyric Video


Today, Swedish Death Metal squadron, AEON, are pleased to unveil the “Aeons Black” lyric video on their official landing page. The tune comes off the band’s forthcoming new studio offering of the same name. Set to drop via Metal Blade Records on November 20, 2012, the mammoth 15-track Aeons Black was recorded at Empire Studio in Östersund, Sweden, engineered, mixed and mastered by Ronnie Björnström (Garageland Studios) and features cover art by Kristian “Necrolord” Wåhlin (Bathory, At The Gates, Dissection, Emperor et al).

Notes founding guitarist Zeb Nilsson of the album: “This is definitely our most varied album to date; it has heavier songs yet it also has lots of fast blastbeats and double bass drumming. It’s groovier this time, which I think we lacked on our last album, Path of Fire, which was fast paced almost all the way through. And no, we have notgone softer in any aspect; it’s just easier to catch with all this grooviness. It’s Metal right up your ass!”

Check out the “Aeons Black” lyric video as well as album pre-order info HERE.

AEON:

Tommy Dahlstöm – Vocals

Zeb Nilsson – Guitar

Daniel Dlimi – Guitar

Arttu Mallki – Drums

Marcus Edvardsson – Bass

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(Source: Earsplit PR)

For more info on AEON, click on the links below!

http://www.metalblade.com/aeon

http://www.aeon666.com

https://www.facebook.com/aeon666

LONG LIVE AEON.

Stone.

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