Posted by Imperator on 11th March, 2022 @ 11:13 UTCBy Imperator on 11-03-2022 @ 11:13 UTC

The band will be releasing "Le Coeur de l'Homme" on the 15th of April via Profound Lore Records, with the brand new track "La Descente" now made available for listening.

Incandescence reveal another song from upcoming album
Incandescence reveal another song from upcoming album

On the 15th of April, Quebec-based Black Metal band Canada Incandescence will be releasing their next full-length record, titled "Le Coeur de l'Homme", via Profound Lore Records. Meanwhile, the label has made another of the album's songs, this time the third track "La Descente", available for streaming through their YouTube channel. Check it out below:

 


In case you missed it, last month the label premiered the first taste of what the album has to offer via the track "Tréfonds Macabres":

 


"Le Coeur de l'Homme", which translates to "The Heart of Man", will be the first release since 2019's "Ascension", and their fourth full-length album overall. The full tracklist is as follows:

  1. Avilissement
  2. Tréfonds Macabres
  3. La Descente
  4. Avide de Cris
  5. Écroulement Vers l'Abîme
  6. Le Coeur de l'Homme
  7. La Spirale de l'échec
  8. Désacralisation des Moeurs


The cover art was designed by American artist Adam Burke, of Nightjar Illustration:

Incandescence Le Coeur De Lhomme


"Le Coeur de l'Homme" will be released on April 15th in digipack CD and digital formats, with vinyl LP expected later on in summer. Pre-orders are now available via the band's Bandcamp page:

https://incandescenceband.bandcamp.com/album/le-coeur-de-lhomme

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