From: Lyon, France
Last Known Status: Active
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Straight out of Lyon, France, The Oath is a dark force to be reckoned with - check out the band's new official video clip for "Deconstruction" below.
After several years shredding stages with the likes of Enslaved, Keep of Kalessin, Moonspell, and many more, the group's fourth full-length album "Consequences" was recorded at Kohlekeller Studio and is out now.
French act The Oath has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new bassist:
"The Oath is proud to announce our new member, bass player Alexandre Bouteiller. He is an extremely talented musician and we are very excited to be playing along side him! Welcome mate!"
French act The Oath has posted a new promo video online for the song "End of the Lines," taken from the album "Self-Destructed." You can check out the Sylvain Bousquet directed clip below, or find more information on The Oath via Facebook.
The "Self-Destructed" track listing is as follows:
1. End Of The Lines
3. Alone I Roam
4. Way To Nowhere
6. Watch Me Bleed
7. Impossible Cure
8. White Fields
9. I Am Nothing
French blackend death metal band THE OATH has signed a record deal with Code666 Records.
THE OATH was born in Lyon (France) during the year 1999. THE OATH is currently composed of D444 (guitars & vocals), Drako (guitars), Carcharoth (bass), PeterPal (keyboards) and Tyrael (drums).
The band decided in 2007 to record its second opus, intitled “4,” in Kohlekeller Studio (Seeheim/Germany) under supervision of Kristian “Kohle” Kohlmannslehner who works with bands such as CREMATORY, AGATHODAIMON, SIEGES ENVEN, BENIGHTED...
With a stable line-up, a second album in its hands and a record label behind it, the band will be able to continue the composition of new songs while waiting to start the promotion of “4” very soon.
You can check out some of The Oath's material on their MySpace page.