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Acheron Reveals Details On New Album "Kult Des Hasses"

Acheron has finally completed upcoming album "Kult Des Hasses," which will see release via Listenable Records.

Vocalist/Bassist Vincent Crowley has been joined on this album with longtime drummer Kyle Severn and guitarist Art Taylor. Also appearing on the recording as a special guest 2nd lead guitarist is Ricktor Ravensbruck.

There will also be guest vocal appearances by death metal icon Kam Lee (Ex-Massacre, The Grotesquery, Bone Gnower), Jim Lippucci (Soulless), John McEntee (Incantation, Funerus), Jill McEntee (Funuers), Ash Thomas (Estuary) and Zdenka Prado (Estuary).

The album was recorded in Cleveland, Ohio at Bad Back Studios and mixed and mastered by the mighty Dan Swano. Cover artwork was handled by German Artist Timo Wuerz. Band founder Vincent Crowley said:

“Even though this album ended up taking much longer than we thought to get done it ended up being something that the whole band is very proud of releasing. We had a very specific idea for this release and I really think we hit the nail on the head. Acheron wanted to get a true late 80’s/early 90’s sound on this album and stay clear of the over produced metal approaches of today. The song writing is very catchy, the bass and drums are pounding and there is tons of shredding guitar solos all over the album. I know Acheron fans old and new will really enjoy this musical assault.”

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Daemonum Lux
2. Satan Holds Dominion
3. Raptured To Divine Perversion
4. Jesus Wept (Again And Again)
5. Thy Father Suicide
6. Misanthropic Race
7. Whores And Harlots
8. Asphyxiation (Hands Of God)
9. Concubina Do Diabo
10. Devil’s Black Blood

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