Posted by Imperator on March 2nd, 2013
New Aosoth album announced

French Black Metal band Aosoth have been working on a new full length album over the last few months, and it is finally nearing completion. The album is titled "IV: An Arrow in Heart" and will mark the band's fourth official full length release, although they did release an instrumental version of their latest album, bringing the total of full lengths to five. "IV: An Arrow in Heart" will be released through Polish label Agonia Records on the 16th of April.

The complete track list for IV: An Arrow in Heart is as follows:

  1. An Arrow in Heart
  2. One With the Prince with a Thousand Enemies
  3. Temple of Knowledge
  4. Under the Nails and Fingertips
  5. Broken Dialogue I
  6. Broken Dialogue II
  7. Ritual Marks of Penitence

Earlier this week the label made an edited version of the album's title track available for streaming online at their official YouTube channel:

The band mentions that the full version of the song is more than 10 minutes in length. Here is a closer look at the cover art:

aosoth iv an arrow in heart

Aosoth - An Arrow In Heart is now available for pre-order on Stay tuned for more info!

Source: Aosoth
1 Comment for 'New Aosoth album announced'
#1 By Wickerman on Mar 12th, 2013 @ 12:10 GMT

Underrated band with great potential, maybe if they promote this album well they will get the attention they deserve!

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