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Ophidian I Streaming Title Track Off New Album "Solvet Saeclum"

Icelandic technical death metal act Ophidian I has posted the title track online from the band's upcoming debut album, "Solvet Saeclum," which can be heard below. The album is scheduled for release this summer on SFC Records.

Ophidian I also commented on the band's themes and history:

"The lyrical themes include eschatology (the study of ideas that are believed to be the final events in history, commonly referred to as the end of the world), the past and future of human history and the fate of the universe.

"In January 2011 the first recording sessions began in Studio Sýrland, one of the biggest recording studios in Iceland, where drums and acoustic instruments were recorded. Guitar, bass and vocals were recorded with the help from one of Iceland's finest black metal bands, Atrum. When all tracks had been laid down it was mixed and mastered by Jóhann Ingi (Beneath) in Sweden. In June of 2011 it was announced on sfcollector.ru that Ophidian I had signed a deal with SFC records and that a full length album is scheduled for an early 2012 release."

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