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Satyricon To Release New Self-Titled Album

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Satyricon has announced a self-titled album, and follow-up to 2008's "The Age of Nero," is due out this coming September 9th, 2013.

Speaking about the band's new album and return to the live fray in Europe, front man Satyr comments:

"We are back! Sorry it took so long, but we needed the time to be able pull off a record like this. Comparing this one to previous records is time wasted, it is Satyricon; constantly on the move. Naming this record 'Satyricon' was the most obvious thing in the world. We have never done a record which captures the spirit of this band in such a way. Ever.

"It will demand a lot from you as a listener, but I know you will love it. It will grow on you and that is why it will stay with you forever. We won't tour as much in the future as we used to, and that will just make every tour more special. This album and this tour is for you and ourselves. It is our moment!"

"Satyricon" was produced by Satyr and recorded in the band's native Norway, and then mixed by Adam Kasper.

Fan club pre-sale tickets for the tour starts on Satyricon's official Facebook page tomorrow around noon CET. Tickets go on general sale at 9am Friday the 28th of June.

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1. ion_storm writes:

This may be the first good Satyricon cover (Rebel Extravaganza is out of competition), lets hope it ill also be the first good Satyricon album since Volcano.

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