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Haeresiarchs Of Dis Issues "Sermon 31" Recording Update

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Cernunnos of U.S. black metal act Haeresiarchs of Dis announced last week that he will be re-recording the scratch demo tracks created for the upcoming "Sermon 31" release this winter.

Of the re-recording Cenunnos states: "The preview provided on mySpace is a demo version. I had always planned to re-record the instrumentation and re-structure song components from the onset, and have recently come upon a means I feel better translates my endeavor."

Cernunnos also added that "dubbing-over" the demo tracks with a more accurate sound was always part of the initial process that started in Spring 2011. "I've come upon equipment and production means that better suit my intent," he stated.

When asked about the delay, Cernunnos said, "I act instinctively with this music. When something feels right, I record it. When I do not feel the inspiration, I wait. In the summer I estimated the end of 2011 for completion and release with Moribund, but have not felt inspired by my current production set up, thus the delay. I have been using the same set up for several years now, and wanted something more for my instrumentation." He also pointed out that "I get bored doing the same sound and process repeatedly."

When asked for a revised release date, Cernunnos could not supply accuracy, but eluded to Spring 2012.

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