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AEON SABLE - Presents Second Track From Upcoming Album

German post-goth rock/metal masters Aeon Sable presents now the second track from their highly anticipated sixth album entitled Aether. The album will be released on 2nd November through Solar Lodge and will contain eight new tracks in total running time of 63 minutes, one of them is the monumental track named "O Senhor do Medo", and you can hear it in the player below. Previously released video for the track "Follow The Light" can be checked out over HERE.
Aeon Sable frontman Nino Sable commented exclusively for Terra Relicta about the track: "The lord of fear or better "O Senhor do Medo" just got released today and I am very proud of this monster. The story takes place in the old Lisbon (1755). During the earthquake, the lord of fear appeared in Lisbon and lives now there. He lives in an old theater and loves to watch the plays. At daytime he uses to walk through the streets and everyone who comes in his round get confronted with his/her very own fear that lives within every human being. I created this monster last year while I was writing songs for Aether and it grew up so heavenly that I can hear him everyday since that day. I have to get rid of him. Beware of the Lord of Fear. If you feel him, run! A good friend of mine (Luiza Nilo Nunes, a poet from Portugal helped me with the lyrics."
Way back in 2010 when Aeon Sable released their debut album, everything changed for gothic rock and dark music.  Just when it seemed creativity within these genres had been exhausted, along came Per Aspera Ad Astra. As the years rolled by German visionaers Aeon Sable released a string of albums that have become true gems of dark music.  With Saturn Return, Aequinoctium, Visionaers and Hypaerion they found their own way courtesy of an unique artistic expression not many other bands can muster. Slightly influenced by the epic works from The Sisters Of Mercy and Fields Of The Nephilim, laced with a touch of dark and atmospheric gothic metal reminiscent of Tiamat and Moonspell, all the while deeply immersed by the esoteric, occult and all things Magick - this is Aeon Sable on the verge of releasing their sixth masterpiece titled Aether.  An album that is destined to reinforce their claim to being amongst the most creative and credible forces of the genre out there. Aeon Sable' new album, Aether, can be pre-ordered at this location or at this location. Link

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