Mysticum: „Planet Satan“ ist fertig

Im April gaben die Norweger von MYSTICUM bekannt, ihr zweites Album noch in diesem Jahr veröffentlichen zu wollen (Metal1 berichtete). Mittlerweile ist bekannt, dass „Planet Satan“, welches von Tom Kvålsvoll gemastert wurde, am 27. Oktober über Peaceville Records in die Läden kommen wird.

Das Label äußerte sich in einer Stellungnahme zu „Planet Satan“ wie folgt:
A work of intense and otherworldly black metal power injected with MYSTICUM’s strong cosmic, satanic and psychedelic overtones, ‘Planet Satan’ welcomes MYSTICUM to the new millennium with full & unrelenting force, whilst retaining the core elements which made the Norwegians pioneering legends of industrial black metal. Both infernal & nihilistic, as well as apocalyptic in its scope and execution, ‘Planet Satan’ is a new milestone for the genre in its sublime, chaotic ferocity. Primitive minor-chord riff patterns & tortured vocals mixed with the band’s manic and often unconventional programmed drum beats makes this an eerily hypnotic work of the darkest order.
There is truly no other band quite like MYSTICUM. A perfect concoction of cold, primitive black metal & forward-thinking ideas from an act unafraid to push boundaries, the hell of ‘In the Streams of Inferno’ has had a lasting & profound impact on many since 1996, & so it is finally time to welcome the return of MYSTICUM with the long-overdue arrival of Planet Satan to infect the masses once more.

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