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Lyric Video For Title Track Of New Album "Deep Calleth Upon Deep" Premiered By Satyricon

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Satyricon premiered the lyric video of the title track of the highly anticipated new album "Deep Calleth Upon Deep" over at Invisible Oranges at this location, or you can just click play in the convenient player below. The album is set for release on September 22nd via Napalm Records.

"Deep Calleth Upon Deep" was recorded in Oslo, Norway and Vancouver, Canada, during early 2017 and mixed together with studio guru Mike Fraser.

On the title track, Satyr commented: "It was not easy to chose a song to represent this album as they are all so different. I consider them all to be a group of individuals with strong and unique personalities and together they make the album 'Deep Calleth Upon Deep'.

"The title track is the only song we've done with baritone and regular guitar all the way through the song. I felt it was needed for the tonal depth I was looking for and to enhance the swing of the groove in the heavier parts. It also has mellotron, cello, violin and backing vocals by classical singer Håkon Kornstad where the cello supports the baritone guitar and the mellotron, violin and the backing vocals provide air and width to the sound. Consider it a journey, play it loud, close your eyes and head into the forest. That's what I do."

The track listing for the album is:

1. Midnight Serpent
2. Blood Cracks Open the Ground
3. To Your Brethren in the Dark
4. Deep Calleth Upon Deep
5. The Ghost Of Rome
6. Dissonant
7. Black Wings and Withering Gloom
8. Burial Rite

Check out the title track here:

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