Band Photo: Aeon (?)
From: Ostersund, Sweden
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete Aeon news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
You can check out a new song from AEON entitled “Living Sin” online over at the band’s official MySpace page. The track comes off their upcoming new album, Rise To Dominate, which is due out in September through Metal Blade Records.
Sweden's AEON has set "Rise to Dominate" as the title of its new album, due in early September via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Bleeding the False" (Unique Leader) was recorded at Empire Studio and will contain "twelve tracks of technical death metal," according to a posting on the band's web site. The CD was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY) at Unisound Studios.
AEON last year inked a multi-album deal with Metal Blade Records. The band also announced the addition of bassist Max Carlberg to the group's ranks.
Sweden's AEON have posted the following message at their official website:
"We are now gearing up to hit the studio this weekend to start recording the followup to ’05 Unique Leader release Bleeding The False. 12 new songs of pure hatred are about to be put on tape and it feels fucking great.
We will be pushing that red button in Empire Studio for about one month and when that’s done, the tracks will be sent down to the legendary Unisound Studio for some insane mixing and mastering by Dan Swanö. Needless to say we’re very excited make this album! The album will be released by Metal Blade Records. So let the madness begin…"
Swedish death metal quintet AEON recently announced their signing to Metal Blade Records. Known for their technicality and sheer brutality AEON has made a place for themselves among the leaders of the death metal community by creating excruciatingly heavy, yet catchy songs that have caught the attention death metal heavy weights Cannibal Corpse, who are some of their biggest supporters. “AEON’s musicianship is among the best in death metal, but their songwriting is what truly sets them apart. It's rare to find a death metal band that is simultaneously crushingly brutal and infectiously catchy. AEON is one of those rare bands” states Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster.
Here’s what guitarist Zeb Nilsson had to say about their recent signing: “This is the kind of deal we’ve been waiting for since we started up as a band. We are all very exited about this new chapter for us, and we already have 7 or 8 new songs done for our next album and they all sound killer, I am very satisfied so far…”
Stay tuned for more information on Aeon’s upcoming Metal Blade debut and tour dates. You can check out some of Aeon's material on their MySpace page.
Tom my Dahlström - Vocals
Zeb Nilsson - Guitar
Daniel Dlimi - Guitar
Nils Fjellström - Drums
Max Carlberg – Bass
Sweden's AEON has inked a multi-album deal with Metal Blade Records. "Metal Blade is the label that we always wanted to be a part of and we are really looking forward to work with them," the band writes on its web site. "We think that they can give us the support we need to evolve as a band and we could not be happier so far. We also want to thank Unique Leader for our time under their wings, they did a great job and we leave them with no hard feelings whatsoever."
In other news, AEON has announced the addition of bassist Max Carlberg to the group's ranks. "He has proven that he is a great bass player, an easy learner and most important of all, he is a good and decent guy," the band writes. "For those who attended at the Storsjöyran festival have already seen Max in action with us then as a session bass player.'
AEON's most recent album, "Bleeding the False", was released last September via Unique Leader.
Aeon guitarist, Daniel Dlimi, completed remixes of two of The Project Hate tracks off of their latest album, "Armageddon March Eternal." Check it the remixes of "Symphony of the Deceived" and "Godslaughtering Murder Machine."