Posted by Imperator on 25th August, 2012 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 25-08-2012 @ 00:00 UTC

Swedish Black Metal band Lustre are scheduled to release their third full length album, "They Awoke to the Scent of Spring" in September.

New Lustre album in September
New Lustre album in September

Swedish Atmospheric Black Metal band Lustre are set to release their next full length album, titled "They Awoke to the Scent of Spring", on the 11th of September. This will mark their third album, after having released "Night Spirit" in 2009 and "A Glimpse of Glory" in 2010.

The album will divided into four numbered, untitled tracks of approximately 10 minutes in length each, with the last two being purely instrumental.

Lustre is a one-man band, formed by Henrik "Nachtzeit" Sunding in 2008 in Östersund, Sweden. In addition to these two prior full length albums, Lustre has also released a total of three EPs and one demo. Henrik Sunding has also collaborated on other Swedish Black Metal bands such as Hypothermia and Durthang.

Lustre - They Awoke to the Scent of Spring is now available for pre-order from Amazon, while the digital tracks are already available for purchase.

Source: Lustre

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By Askania (Archived) on
26th Aug, 2012 @ 18:12 UTC

This looks promising based on their earlier stuff. Will definitely add this to my list of albums to check out. cheers

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