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In Solitude Announces Details Of New Album "The World.The Flesh.The Devil"

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Sweden's In Solitude has announced that the band's Metal Blade debut will be titled "The World.The Flesh.The Devil." The album is due out on May 24th, and the cover artwork can be viewed below, which consists of shadowy portrait chosen from a collection of images by artist Jesse Peper.


The band commented on the artwork, "At first, we had a very hard time trying to make our world and our material visual as an album cover. A few collaborations were made, thousands of ideas were put on test, but sadly enough, we were never satisfied. But as we came across the exceptional and amazing world of Jesse Peper, and the specific shadow portrait you see on the cover (not to forget the ones that live within its pages), it was as if we all remembered something. Like out of a dream, or distant memory. Of a face that told us to step into this darkness; the darkness in which the seeds of In Solitude grow and bloom. And with Jesse Peper we certainly came closer. And we are always coming closer; further away and closer home. And the cover depicts our guide, on burning paths."

"The World.The Flesh.The Devil" track listing:

1. The World, The Flesh, The Devil
2. We Were Never Here
3. Serpents Are Rising
4. Poisoned, Blessed, and Burned
5. Demons
6. To Her Darkness
7. Dance of the Adversary
8. On Burning Paths

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cant freakin wait!

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