Aeternam Signs To Metal Blade Records
Canada's Aeternam has joined the Metal Blade roster. Formed in 2007 in Quebec City, Aeternam has been preparing to unleash their very own brand of epic death metal upon the world. Combining classic death metal songwriting with epic melodic soloing and middle-eastern influences, Aeternam has fine-tuned its craft and made it into a perfect blend of brutality and melody. Their first studio release, "Disciples of the Unseen," was produced by mastermind JeF Fortin (Neuraxis, The Last Felony). The album contains ten tracks that should please fans of Behemoth, Nile and Melechesh. You can see the band lay down tracks for the album in the video below and check out some of their music on their MySpace player.
Aeternam comments: "We are very excited and proud to see our debut album come out on Metal Blade and what could be more fitting for us to be label mates with such bands as Behemoth and Cannibal Corpse. A lot of inspiration and work went into creating Disciples of the Unseen and we cannot wait to present it to the worldwide metal scene. We'll soon be on the road to promote the album and we can't wait to bring this monster to the stage."
“This is one of those rare bands that was an absolute no brainer for us to bring on board and has everyone at Metal Blade unanimously excited about the possibilities. The sheer amount of talent and creativity inherent in this band is refreshing. We look forward to working together on this and many future albums!” Metal Blade Records
Aeternam will be supporting now label mates, Behemoth, at their June 29th show in Montreal, QC at Le Medley.
Achraf Loudiy - Vocals & Guitar
Alex Loignon - Guitar
Jonas Lapointe - Bass & Vocals
Samuel Dubois - Keyboards
Antoine Guertin - Drums
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