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Haeresiarchs Of Dis Announces New Album Title As "Sermon 31: Clavicles 1-6 The Third Trine Of Satyr's Cross."

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Main man Cernunnos of Hæresiarchs of Dis has announced the band's next full-length album, to be released through Moribund Cult Records, will be entitled "Sermon 31: Clavicles 1-6 the Third Trine of Satyr's Cross."

A press release detailing the album reads as follows:

"Track listing is currently set as a series of six verses. Cernnunos stated that the album is a conceptual piece and more ambitious in concept. Consisting of a series of interlinking tracks using a transcribed piece of linear text, the work will tell (or 'foretell') of a possible future event triggered by the folly of humanity described as a place called Satyr's Cross. Part speculative fiction, philosophy, religious dogma, and enlightenment of the soul through desecration of the human spirit, Cernnunos suggests late 2011 for release."

Hæresiarchs of Dis will also be releasing "In Obsecration of the Seven Darks" on April 19th through Moribund Cult Records.

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1. Cynic writes:

Ha! I'm still waiting on "Seven Darks" to arrive and he's already announcing a new album!

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2. BlackSmokeGoat writes:

Sure to be a grand piece of BM monstrosity!

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