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SECTORIAL - Working On A New Album, To Be Released Later This Year

Ukraine based black/death metal combo Sectorial announce they will begin recording their third full length at the Tyrant Studio in Kyiv. The album will be their second release via Noizr Productions and is planned to be unleashed towards the end of 2018. The album is the follow up to their 2015 sophomore release, We Are The Titan's Rising Ashes, which won two BUMA awards for Best Metal Video ("Tree Eater") and Best Metal Album.
Sectorial is a metal band from Boyarka, formed in 2000. After several changes of its participants, the final line-up was established in 2010. Current genre can be described as blackened death, ethnic metal. Sectorial’s debut EP Cerebrum Necrosis Est It In Nobis came out in January 2008. The debut full-length album, Erase And Reborn The Humanity, was released in February 2012 via Metal Scrap Records. In August 2015, Sectorial released their second full-length album, We Are the Titan's Rising Ashes, via Noizr Productions. The record’s exclusive presentation was held on 17th October at the Noizr Fest, Kyiv. On the same day, there was a premiere of the debut music video for the song "Tree Eater". Later band released pro-live video "Young Shoots", filmed during performance at the festival.
In 2016, the band gave several shows in Ukraine, and also performed at the Kilkim Žaibu festival in Lithuania, sharing the stage with such metal acts as Venom, Nifelheim, Schirenc Plays Pungent Stench, Ereb Altor and others. Since 2017 till now, Sectorial is working on material for the new third full-length album and continuing the concert activity. In the player below you can watch the award winning video for "Tree Eater". Link