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Therion Posts Cover For LP "Les Fleurs Du Mal" On Band's Official Website

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Though unconfirmed by press release, the official website for Swedish symphonic act Therion was updated to include a pre-order for a release entitled "Les Fleurs du Mal." According to the site, the LP will be released on September 28, 2012 (shown at this location).

The band have been particularly quiet on the status and information regarding the new LP and follow up to the 2010 release "Sitra Ahra," but did announce that a new album would be released this September to coincide with the band's 25th Anniversary tour, which starts on September 28, 2012 in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

The cover artwork for "Les Fluers du Mal" can also be viewed below:

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1. Lucio Rastellini writes:

I hope this album will be awesome like all the others!!!!

Argentina loves you therion!

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2. Cynic writes:

Exciting, very interested to hear if this is the natural evolution from "Sitra Ahra" or a return to heavier roots.

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3. skipbayless writes:

Same female singer as before? Her other band, Aesma Daeva was forever ruined when they lost the founding member and the singer Melissa Ferlaak.

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