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01. Dimmu Borgir -
Eonian
02. Amorphis -
Queen Of Time
03. Summoning -
With Doom We Come
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Gemini Nyte
05. Soul Dissolution -
Stardust
06. Crone -
Godspeed
07. Midas Fall -
Evaporate
08. Collapse Of Light -
Each Failing Step
09. Mournful Congregation -
The Incubus Of Karma
10. Auri -
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ASTAROTH INCARNATE - To Release New Album In September, First Details Revealed

Canadian extreme metallers Astaroth Incarnate, who combine in their music elements of black metal, death metal, doom, thrash and groove will release their new album entitled Omnipotence - The Infinite Darkness via CDN Records on 8th September. The album was recorded and mastered by Tyler Williams at Monolithic Productions, artwork was done by Jordanna Clarke.
Regarding the band, frontman, Astaroth, has this to say: "The vision of bestowing the ideologies of Astaroth to our hell spawns through our interpretations and relating them to our world and society of today. Our goal is to create extreme metal which feels limitless in its creative form while staying true to our roots and influences in metal. With each member coming from a different musical background, it allows us to craft each song with a different mindset, in an effort to intrigue the listener and entice their mind to dissect the lyrics which are encrusted with multi-layered meanings. All of our songs, music and lyrics combined, are built around personal exploration for each spawn to experience in their own way."
Combining a cornucopia of the extreme, Astaroth Incarnate are not easily categorized, is a mix of sub-genre fluctuations, which includes a wide spectrum of vocals, progressive drumming, and technical yet groovy bass lines all driven by memorable riffing and solos. Link