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Deathspell Omega Reveals New Album "Paracletus" Details

French black metal act Deathspell Omega is set to release the new album "Paracletus" on November 9th in North America. The cover artwork for the album can be viewed at this location. The track listing is as follows:

1. Epiklesis I
2. Wings of Predation
3. Abscission
4. Dearth
5. Phosphene
6. Epiklesis II
7. Malconfort
8. Have you Beheld the Fevers?
9. Devouring Famine
10. Apokatastasis Pantôn

Season of Mist also commented on the new album:

"To whose who are wondering what the artwork is about, let's just say it is the visual equivalent of the music featured on the album? The very essence of 'Paracletus' is pitch black darkness. Colder than the graves of aeons. Lifeless silence. An overwhelming stream of fire. A messenger meant to purify, the third Hypostasis, the light and the hope of the world. Comforting warmth. Increasing warmth. Hearken! In the distance, dying echoes of hissing, barking. Fire consumes, turns into Hellfire. Reptilian shades, contamination, corruption. Opposites collide in feverish miasmas. Perdition overcomes in funeral glee."

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1. metalmayhem writes:

simply great news...can't wait for this. everything this band does is pure greatness.

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2. KMADD writes:

Band rules thats all i have to say.

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this is sexy

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