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French black/death metal bands VI, Temple Of Baal, and The Order Of Apollyon are currently at BST Studio recording material for their future split, which will be released on Agonia Records in late 2016.
BST can be thought as a link between all three band's. Apart from being an active musician, he serves as the producer of the upcoming split, which is being recorded, mixed and mastered at his own BST Studio (except for drums which have already been recorded at Hybreed Studios).
VI commented: "Being a part of this split along with Temple of Baal and The Order Of Apollyon was an opportunity for us to release a new single track. We thought we were done for a while with creating new music since the release of De Praestigiis Angelorum, but it appeared that we still had more to do. Expect something slightly different from what we're known for. Expect something unique." More...
French black metal trinity VI - featuring current and ex-members of Aosoth, Antaeus and Aborted - is streaming debut album, "De Praestigiis Angelorum," before it releases this Friday on Agonia Records. Listen in below, courtesy of that site that's really obsessed with what rappers and Kardashians are wearing on any given day.
When it releases this Friday, "De Praestigiis Angelorum" will be available in six panel digipack CD, regular colored vinyl, and limited to 100 hand-numbered copies black vinyl. Pre-orders are up at this location.
"De Praestigiis Angelorum" was recorded at BST Studio (Antaeus, Hell Militia, Aosoth, Vorkreist) after five long years of comprehensive work. The cover artwork was created by Alexander L. Brown (Leviathan, Stargazer, Bölzer, Darkthrone). More...
The French black metal newcomers from VI - featuring current and ex-members of Aosoth, Antaeus and Aborted - today premiere a brand new song titled "Par le jugement causé par ses poisons."
This track available below comes off debut album "De Praestgiis Angelorum," set to drop on September 25 via Agonia Records. The full track listing is:
1. Et in pulverem mortis deduxisti me
2. Par le jugement causé par ses poisons
3. La terre ne cessera de se consumer
4. Regarde tes cadavres car il ne te permettra pas qu'on les enterre
5. Une place parmi les morts
6. Voilà l'homme qui ne te prenait pas comme Seigneur
7. Il est trop tard pour rendre gloire. Ainsi la lumière sera changée en ombre de la mort
8. Plus aucun membre ne sera rendu More...
French black metal trinity, VI, made of current and ex-members of Aosoth and Antaeus, have revealed details concerning the long-awaited debut full length release. The opus is entitled "De Praestgiis Angelorum" and will drop on September 25th via Agonia Records. Check out the track "Il Est Trop Tard Pour Rendre Gloire" in the player below.
The line-up of VI is shaped by INVRI (Aosoth, ex-Antaeus) on guitars and vocals, BST (Aosoth, ex-Antaeus, ex-Aborted) on bass and Blastum (ex-Aosoth, ex-Antaeus, Merrimack) on drums. The forthcoming full-length material bestirs within the characteristic black metal niche developed by the said bands, with the addition of expanded guitar work, choirs and subtle sample parts. VI describes the music as "extreme, devoted black metal with illuminated chaos".
The band has completed the recording process at BST Studio (Antaeus, Hell Militia, Aosoth, Vorkreist) after five long years of comprehensive work. The cover artwork has been created by Alexander L. Brown (Leviathan, Stargazer, Bölzer, Darkthrone).
The track list for the album is:
-Et in pulverem mortis deduxisti me.-
-Par le jugement causé par ses poisons.-
-La terre ne cessera de se consumer.-
-Regarde tes cadavres car il ne te permettra pas qu'on les enterre.-
-Une place parmi les morts.-
-Voilà l'homme qui ne te prenait pas comme Seigneur.-
-Il est trop tard pour rendre gloire. Ainsi la lumière sera changée en ombre de la mort.-
-Plus aucun membre ne sera rendu.- More...
French metallers VI are currently streaming their debut mini-album "De Praestigiis Daemonum" at this location. VI are also writing material for a full-length album and will be releasing a split with Aosoth.