Posted by Imperator on 9th November, 2012 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 09-11-2012 @ 00:00 UTC

French Black Metal band Aosoth have recently begun work on what will be their fourth full length album, scheduled for an early 2013 release.

Aosoth announce new album
Aosoth announce new album

French Black Metal band Aosoth have recently announced that they are working on a new album, with a scheduled release for April 2013, which will be their fourth full length and a follow-up to their previous album, "III - Violence & Variation", from 2011. The title, track list and artwork of the new album are still unavailable, although the band has confirmed that there will be a total of 55 minutes of music spanning seven tracks.

The new album will be released through Polish label Agonia Records, who have also handled the releases of the band's previous two full length albums. As with all of Agonia Records' recent releases, we can expect them to upload some material from the new album to their Soundcloud profile in the coming weeks, after the recording process has been completed.

Stay tuned for further updates regarding the details of Aosoth's upcoming album.

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nice their previous album was kick ass

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