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SERPENTS OATH – Sophomore Full-Length ‘Ascension’ coming in June 2022 via Soulseller Records

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Belgian black metal horde SERPENTS OATH have announced their sophomore album “Ascension“, which will be released on June 24th 2022 through Soulseller Records.

The album was conjured at the renowned Stage One Studio with Andy Classen as the master of ceremony.

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state: “When we released our debut, we were a trinity. Since then, we have expanded our line-up to five sworn in members. Working on and recording this album as a band has brought a new dimension to this record. Expect no remorse from this opus, only crushing riffs, pounding drums and terrorizing screams.”

The artwork was created by Néstor Avalos and shows the next chapter of the rebellion of Lucifer which was depicted on the band’s first album “Nihil” (2020).

Witness the unleashing of the beast and prepare to be crushed by skull impaling riffs of hate!

Tracklist:

  1. Invocation Pestum
  2. Summoning the Ancients
  3. Thy Mighty Serpent
  4. Invocation Perversum
  5. Blasphemy
  6. Bring down the Sun
  7. Invocation Maledictum
  8. Sworn to the Oath
  9. Of Fang and Claw
  10. Invocation Infectum
  11. Death the Destroyer
  12. Blood Moon

Line-up:

Daenum – Guitar
Tes Re Oth – Vocals
Draghul – Drums
Mørkald – Bass
Baelus – Guitar

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