ENTHRONED stream entire new album ‘Cold Black Suns’ via New Noise

Cult black metal band ENTHRONED have partnered up with New Noise to premiere their entire new full length ‘Cold Black Suns’. The record will be released this Friday, June 7, via Season of Mist. Listen to the new album at the link below.

Linkhttps://newnoisemagazine.com/premiere-enthroned-cold-black-suns/

The band comments: “Condemned again to channel the darkness into a sonic trip, we are back with their most reckless album: ‘Cold Black Suns.’ An ode to the arcane of cosmic matter and what holds historical certainty, our vision exalts the manifestation of physical forces within the world’s cultural heritage and its direct relation to the occult.”

ENTHRONED will celebrate the release of ‘Cold Black Suns’ on Thronefest in Belgium in June. Find all confirmed tour dates below.

ENTHRONED
08 Jun 19 Kuurne (BE) Throne Fest 2019
20 Jul 19 Volyne (CZ) ETEF

The cover artwork and tracklist of ‘Cold Black Suns’ can be found below. The album cover was created by Neraath.

Tracklist:
01. Ophiusa (03:42)
02. Hosanna Satana (02:16)
03. Oneiros (06:26)
04. Vapula Omega (04:55)
05. Silent Redemption (06:07)
06. Aghoria (04:14)
07. Beyond Humane Greed (05:01)
08. Smoking Mirror (07:07)
09. Son of Man (09:08)

ENTHRONED is surely a name black metal fans are no strangers to. Over the course of the last 25 years, they have pushed the boundaries of black metal and the deepness of the Left Hand Path philosophy further within. The quintet has channelled that dedication into their newest record. ‘Cold Black Suns’ is a dark and crushing black metal album where cold riffing, blood chilling atmospheres, and ritualistic drumming are keys to forging their most mature and accomplished opus to date.
 
The band, who crawled out of the black lands of Belgium in 1993, inked their first contract less than a year after its formation, and recorded debut album ‘Prophecies of Pagan Fire,’ which is now considered an all-time classic in the genre.
 
By then known as The Blackened Horde to fans and the scene at large,ENTHRONED recruited guitarist Nornagest and within 2 years entered Hautregard Studios to give birth to their second album. After the recording, tragedy struck and founding member and drummer Cernunnos (1997) took his own life.
 
The band went on to record the album using Cernunnos’s drum tracks from rehearsal recordings which were recorded by long time friend Da Cardoen, from the Belgian band ASPHYXIA. ‘Towards the Skullthrone of Satan’ was thus born. Since then, ENTHRONED went on to tour the world and have released a total of 10 full-lengths, one live album, and a hearty handful of splits and EPs.

Now, as the band celebrates 26 years as one of black metal’s premier outfits, they are ready to unleash number 11 onto the masses. ‘Cold Black Suns’ is an icy, brutal offering from the band that will see a worldwide release on June 7, 2019 via Season of Mist, making it their debut to the label. This is the band’s first album in five years, following up 2014’s critically acclaimed ‘Sovereigns.’
 
‘Cold Black Suns’ is one of 2019’s most anticipated releases and is certain to hold up to the hype that surrounds it, delivering an evolved and crushing offering from Belgium’s own black metal legends.

 Line-up:
Nornagest: Vocals
Neraath: Guitars, noise and effects
Shāgāl: Guitars
Norgaath: Bass
Menthor: Drums

Cover artwork: Neraath

Recording studio: Pike Studio, Amarante/Portugal

Producer / sound engineer: Carlos Ribeiro

Mixing studio and engineer: Blackout Studio, Brussels/Belgium. Mixed by Jeremie Bezier

Mastering studio and engineer: Orgone Studio, Bedfordshire, UK. Mastered by Jaime Gomez Arellano

Links:
https://www.facebook.com/Frater.Silurian
https://www.instagram.com/enthronedofficial
https://enthroned.bandcamp.com/

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