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Posted by Imperator on 25th July, 2021 @ 19:12 UTCBy Imperator on 25-07-2021 @ 19:12 UTC

New Aorlhac song streaming online
New Aorlhac song streaming online

French Black Metal veterans Aorlhac will be releasing their fourth full-length album, which is titled "Pierres Brûlées", on the 24th of September through Nantes-based Les Acteurs de l'Ombre Productions. While we wait, the band has made a new song available for listening, specifically the second track on the album, "Au Travers de Nos Cris". Check it out on the BMP YouTube channel:

"Pierres Brûlées", which translates to "Burnt Stones", will be the band's first release in over three years, following their conclusion to the "Vents" trilogy in 2018. The complete ... [»]

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